Last Piece of Destroyed South Hopkins Fire Station Removed

It's been eight days since a fire destroyed the South Hopkins Fire Station in Nortonville, and today, the last few pieces of rubble were removed.
It's been eight days since a fire destroyed the South Hopkins Fire Station in Nortonville, and on Friday, the last few pieces of rubble were removed.
A bulldozer moved the last few pieces of concrete where the station once stood; now all that's left is a charred flag pole and the scorched shells of fire trucks.
All five of South Hopkins' trucks were destroyed in the fire.
The fire has been ruled accidental but an investigation has not yet determined the cause.

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