New firehouse & apparatus hit by flash flood in West Virginia

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According to news reports, ground was broken on the new fire station in Hundred, West Virginia (Wetzel County) two-years-ago. Today (Saturday), the new firehouse and the department’s  apparatus were hit by flash flooding.

Wetzel Chronicle:

It has been confirmed that Hundred Volunteer Fire Department has suffered devastating losses due to flash flooding, including four trucks and equipment.

Governor Jim Justice has declared a state of emergency for several area counties, including Wetzel.

Donations toward flood relief can be dropped off at New Martinsville Volunteer Fire Department in Steelton today until 4 p.m. and tomorrow from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m.

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