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Summersville Fire Truck half swallowed by basement collapse

2014-08-24 - Corner of Main and E Columbia Avenue, Greensburg, K - Photo by Larry Smith, The Big Dawg, 99.9 FM radio. Officer H.W. Nunn of the Greensburg Police Department is investigating the collapse of pavement which left this loaded Summersville Fire Department truck half submerged in a basement garage under the parking lot at Rogers Auto Sales, located on the corner of S Main Street and E Columbia Avenue, just north of the Cowherd & Parrott Funeral home, in Greensburg, KY. The fire t.ruck was loaded with water. The photo was taken a little after 2pmCT, Sunday afternoon, August 24, 2014. A large crowd had gathered to watch as this photo was taken. - LARRY SMITH, Operations Manager, Shoreline Communications, (FM 92.7 the WAVE and FM 99.9 the BIG DAWG). Paired photo, see also - Retaining wall, portion of parking lot, Greensburg Post Office, falls
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