BLISSFIELD, Mich. (AP) — Firefighters in a rural southeastern Michigan community responded to a call about a fire at their own unoccupied station.
Members of the volunteer Blissfield Fire Department went to the building Saturday morning after someone walking by noticed smoke. WWJ-AM reports two firefighters have been treated at a hospital for smoke inhalation and another had minor burns on his arm.
Officials say two ambulances are a total loss and the fire house will be out of commission for a while. They will be working with other departments in Lenawee County and don’t anticipate any issues responding to fire or medical emergencies.
They don’t know what started the fire.
Information from: WWJ-AM
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