Cleveland fire truck stuck after street collapses
CLEVELAND – A Cleveland fire truck was stuck in a city street for three hours after the pavement partially collapsed.
The Plain Dealer newspaper says the truck’s crew was giving out smoke alarms Saturday when the truck hit a hole in the street, and the pavement partially collapsed.
A tow truck finally helped free the fire truck after about three hours.
A fire department spokesman says the truck’s crew left in a backup truck while crews worker to free the other one.
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