CLEARFIELD COUNTY, Pa. (WTAJ) — Volunteer firefighters jumped into action Tuesday morning after a PennDOT plow truck caught on fire on the side of Interstate 80.
The Lawrence Township Volunteer Fire Company #1 was called just after 5:15 a.m. for a vehicle fire at mile marker 115 of I-80 east. While responding, Engine 5 was updated that multiple calls were reporting a fully engulfed PennDOT plow truck.
The driver had pulled to the side of the road after having technical issues before the truck caught fire. All company 5 units were able to clear the scene by roughly 6:40 a.m.
There were not any reported injuries from the early morning fire.
You can keep up to date with Lawrence Township Volunteer Fire Company by checking them out online at www.lt5fd.com.