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Fire Ravages Ohio Limo Company's Building, Fleet

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Posted on July 10, 2019
It's always tragic when operators lose vehicles to a fire, but good to know the industry is pulling together to help in any way they can (Photo via Unsplash user raquel raclette)

It's always tragic when operators lose vehicles to a fire, but good to know the industry is pulling together to help in any way they can (Photo via Unsplash user raquel raclette)

Statement Limousine in Ohio lost most of its vehicles and its building in an early morning fire in Sheffield Village on July 10.

Sheffield Village Fire Capt. B.J. Huge said the fire department was called to the building at 3739 Colorado Avenue at 4:38 a.m. He said when the department arrived on the scene, 75% of the building was fully engulfed in flames and the roof was partially collapsed.

The industry has come together to create a gofundme page for the company here.

The Chronicle article here

Related Topics: disasters, fundraiser, limousine fires, Ohio operators

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