Vt. Police Fleet Destroyed In Fire
November 28, 2012
The Norwich (Vt.) Police Department's fleet of three cruisers was destroyed when a fire engulfed the vehicles on Thanksgiving Day.
Norwich Town Manager Neil Fulton and Police Chief Douglas Robinson told Vermont Public Radio they were surprised to see all three cruisers burning at the same time. State police have determined the fire wasn't suspicious.
The Windsor County Sheriff's Department has loaned the department two vehicles.
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