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Officials investigating after shots fired into Cleveland fire station

Officials tell 3News that no firefighters or civilians were injured.

CLEVELAND — The Cleveland Division of Fire is investigating after shots were fired into the Station 26 facility in the 7800 block of Kinsman Road in Cleveland. 

According to Lt. Michael Norman with Cleveland Fire, the incident happened late on Saturday morning when firefighters heard gunshots outside of the station and came down from the living quarters to find a broken window on a bay door and a broken windshield on a fire engine. 

Lt. Norman tells 3News that no firefighters or civilians were injured and that the fire engine is still operable. 

The matter remains under investigation at this time. 

This is a developing story. Check back with 3News for updates. 

Editor's note: The video in the player at the top of this article is from a story published on Jan. 6, 2021.


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