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Snow destroys Henrieville fire station

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HENRIEVILLE, Utah -- Heavy snow has devastated the fire department in Henrieville, Utah.

Snow collapsed the roof of the fire station Thursday morning and bowed the walls of the reinforced-concrete block building.

The fire trucks are a total loss, the back of a Mack truck is completely smashed, and a roof truss went right through another other truck.

Insurance adjusters were there Thursday afternoon, but Henrieville be without fire service for some time.

The fire departments in Tropic, which is 8 miles away, or Ruby's Inn, 15 miles away, will respond to fires in Henrieville.

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