The Cleveland (OH) firefighters union is raising concerns after an apparatus caught fire inside the bay at Station 10 on East 101st Street Monday evening, reports cleveland19.com.
An International Association of Firefighters, Local 93, official raised red flags Tuesday after the incident, the report says. Speaking on the condition of anonymity, the official reveals that the truck was a backup only being used because the main apparatus was undergoing repairs.
Officials believe the fire—which was quickly extinguished and contained to just the apparatus—was caused by an electrical issue. No injuries were reported.
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