The Evergreen Fire/Rescue fire truck that rolled off a steep road on Floyd Hill last month has been sent to Wisconsin for $203,000 in repairs.
Fire Chief Garry DeJong said Engine No. 2 was put on a flatbed truck for the trip and is expected back in October.
The 1997 model truck was on the way to a suspicious-odor call June 9 when it plunged down an embankment and pancaked an empty, vintage 1969 Pontiac Firebird parked 25 feet below.
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