Lexington Fire Chief Ty Dickerson says a new truck will make rescues safer and quicker.
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The Lexington Fire Department is seeking tax-deductible contributions to fund its new $1.7 million ladder truck. The department is replacing its 24-year-old truck with one with a longer ladder and improved safety technology.
The kitchen fire was traced to cardboard boxes that had been left on a stove. No one was hurt, and the building had no structural damage.
A couch fire from earlier that night reignited while the residents slept.
A fire that left 10 Washington and Lee University students without a home was apparently started by a cigarette butt, according to Fire Chief Ty Dickerson.
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