NYACK, N.Y. - A West Harrison fire truck caught fire Tuesday afternoon near Route 9W at the intersection of Birchwood Avenue and Midland Avenue.
Roughly 25 Nyack firefighters responded to the scene and were working heavily on the engine's flames until close to 4 p.m. Firefighters said burning fuel was leaking from the truck and gasoline ran down the surrounding road.
The extent of the damages was unknown. Fire Chief Jim Petriello said a fire engine usually costs close to $500,000.
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