Atlanta Firefighters Robbed While Responding to a Call

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Detectives are trying to find the person who broke into Atlanta (GA) firefighters’ cars overnight, reports CBS46.com.

The break-in happened in southeast Atlanta at Station 2, located at the 1500 block of Jonesboro Road, as firefighters were responding to a fatal crash early Tuesday morning.

Officials noted that nothing of value was taken, but the firefighters will have to replace the car windows.

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