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Tow truck catches fire in West Penn

  • ANDREW LEIBENGUTH/TIMES NEWS A flatbed tow truck owned by Ziegler's Auto Repair and Towing was gutted after it caught fire along Lumber Lane in West Penn Township yesterday afternoon. "I grabbed a fire extingusher and tried to put the fire out, but…
    ANDREW LEIBENGUTH/TIMES NEWS A flatbed tow truck owned by Ziegler's Auto Repair and Towing was gutted after it caught fire along Lumber Lane in West Penn Township yesterday afternoon. "I grabbed a fire extingusher and tried to put the fire out, but it was too late," said West Penn Police Chief Brian Johnson, who was one of the first to respond. The driver, Brad Comisac, was not injured. Ronnie Ziegler, owner, stated, "I'm glad no one was hurt." Also responding were West Penn firefighters and fire police. West Penn Township firefighters extinguish the fire.
Published November 07. 2012 05:02PM

A flatbed tow truck owned by Ziegler's Auto Repair and Towing was gutted after it caught fire along Lumber Lane in West Penn Township yesterday afternoon. "I grabbed a fire extinguisher and tried to put the fire out, but it was too late," said West Penn Police Chief Brian Johnson, who was one of the first to respond. The driver, Brad Comisac, was not injured. Ronnie Ziegler, owner, stated, "I'm glad no one was hurt." Also responding were West Penn firefighters and fire police. West Penn Township firefighters extinguish the fire.

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