East End (MA) Fire Station Repairs Almost Finished

The East End Station. Photo via: cityofmethuen.net

After an elderly man last August drove into the side of the East End (MA) Fire Station, causing $158,300 worth of damage, repairs are nearly complete, reports eagletribune.com.

The driver was not hurt but the wall had to be completely rebuilt. The man’s insurance paid for about 85% of the repairs, leaving the city with a bill of about $24,000.

Officials say the city not only had to rebuild the wall but also upgrade it so it met with modern building codes.

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