A fire is under investigation at Western Berks Ambulance (PA) station. It’s believed the fire started inside the engine compartment of one of the ambulances, WFMZ reports.
Multiple crews from the surrounding Spring Township-area responded to the two-alarm fire.
Michael Leifer, president of the Western Berks Ambulance Association, told the station one person was sent to the hospital with possible smoke inhalation due to an asthma issue.
The station remains functional, and officials said they have the resources to respond to emergency calls. Two other ambulances are being checked for damage.