IDER, Ala. (AP) — A fire truck that had just returned from the scene of a blaze caught fire itself at its station, destroying the building and the vehicle.
The engine of the truck had been turned off, but some malfunction, possibly a gasoline leak, caused a fire under the hood, firefighter Brad Hannah said.
Ider, a town of about 670 people in the rural northeast corner of Alabama, has two other fire trucks. Assistant Fire Chief Ronnie Cloud said Wednesday. Those trucks were out on calls during the fire.