Cleveland fire station, apparatus struck by gunfire
Firefighters heard the gunshots from inside the firehouse living quarters
By Laura French
CLEVELAND — A Cleveland fire station and fire engine were damaged by gunfire over the weekend.
Cleveland firefighters were in the living quarters of Station 26 on Saturday morning when they heard gunshots coming from outside, Lt. Michael Norman told 3News.
The firefighters went downstairs and discovered that a window on an apparatus bay door and the windshield of a fire engine were both struck by bullets.
Normal said no one was injured during the incident and that the fire engine is still operable. The incident remains under investigation.