Sullivan (MO) Fire Protection District Robbed While Fighting Two-Alarm Fire

A Sullivan (MO) Fire Protection District crew that was recently working to extinguish a two-alarm apartment fire wound up having one of its pickup trucks stolen in the process, reports kansascity.com.

A Ford F-250 pickup truck used for fighting brush fires was stolen from the scene and was found hours later about a mile away. There was no immediate word on any arrests.

Officials believe the fire was contained to one building housing several apartment units. There were no immediate reports of injuries.

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