Fire destroys Pa. ambulance station
Two crew members made it out safely when a fire started in the back of an ambulance
ARDMORE, Pa. — Fire destroyed an ambulance and damaged several other emergency vehicles at an EMS station in Ardmore, early this morning.
Around 2 a.m., two crew members found themselves dealing with an emergency of their own when fire alarms sounded and they discovered an ambulance in their bay up in flames. They made it out safely and fire units from surrounding communities knocked the fire out.
The fire started in the back of an ambulance inside Narberth Ambulance Station 313 on the 100-block of Sibley Avenue in Ardmore. Several other vehicles and the equipment garage were damaged by smoke.
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