Reported truck fire checked out


A Troy police officer stands by, fire extinguisher ready, alongside the driver of a semi that stopped on West Main St. at I-75 as Troy firefighters investigate a reported fire in the trailer on Sunday evening. After a few tense moments, since the trailer was placarded as carrying a hazardous material, it was determined that the smoke was coming from the brakes and not the trailer or material. Firefighters and police were on the scene for less than a half-hour.

A Troy police officer stands by, fire extinguisher ready, alongside the driver of a semi that stopped on West Main St. at I-75 as Troy firefighters investigate a reported fire in the trailer on Sunday evening. After a few tense moments, since the trailer was placarded as carrying a hazardous material, it was determined that the smoke was coming from the brakes and not the trailer or material. Firefighters and police were on the scene for less than a half-hour.


Mike Ullery | Miami Valley Today

A Troy police officer stands by, fire extinguisher ready, alongside the driver of a semi that stopped on West Main St. at I-75 as Troy firefighters investigate a reported fire in the trailer on Sunday evening. After a few tense moments, since the trailer was placarded as carrying a hazardous material, it was determined that the smoke was coming from the brakes and not the trailer or material. Firefighters and police were on the scene for less than a half-hour.

A Troy police officer stands by, fire extinguisher ready, alongside the driver of a semi that stopped on West Main St. at I-75 as Troy firefighters investigate a reported fire in the trailer on Sunday evening. After a few tense moments, since the trailer was placarded as carrying a hazardous material, it was determined that the smoke was coming from the brakes and not the trailer or material. Firefighters and police were on the scene for less than a half-hour.
https://www.dailycall.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/30/2019/11/web1_112319mju_fire_truck_main.jpgA Troy police officer stands by, fire extinguisher ready, alongside the driver of a semi that stopped on West Main St. at I-75 as Troy firefighters investigate a reported fire in the trailer on Sunday evening. After a few tense moments, since the trailer was placarded as carrying a hazardous material, it was determined that the smoke was coming from the brakes and not the trailer or material. Firefighters and police were on the scene for less than a half-hour. Mike Ullery | Miami Valley Today