Volunteer Fire Department has accident


This 1977 International 1600 Loadstar of the Kirkland-Bluff-Wayside Volunteer Fire Department is shown overturned after the shoulder of Cook Road collapsed on Monday, Oct. 2.

The driver of a fire truck tanker was fortunate to receive no injuries during a partial road collapse and subsequent tanker turnover on Monday, Oct. 2. The Kirkland-Bluff-Wayside Volunteer Fire Department had been using a 1977 International 1600 Loadstar tanker to wet an area of Cook Road, a dirt and gravel road, to help residents with dust conditions, due to the road being part of a current detour.

 


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