$50,000 worth of equipment stolen from the Rural Fire Protection District

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LEBANON, Mo. — The Lebanon Rural Fire Protection District is still recovering after more than $50,000 worth of equipment was stolen from one of its stations over the weekend.

  • Multiple items including extraction tools, air packs and a thermal imaging camera were all stolen from the station on Highway 32 sometime between June 13 – 16
  • Fire Chief Phillip Pitts says the district’s other stations are helping out.
  • Pitts also says the station will be getting new equipment through insurance but it could be a long process.

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