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Man waving gun sets vehicle ablaze
By JASON BATZ
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By Deputy Chief Larry Moyer
Reading Firefighters were alerted to this burning vehicle after a man threatening others with a gun set it ablaze.
Reading, PA - Early in the morning of Tuesday, July 10th dispatchers from the County of Berks Department of Emergency Services received a phone call reporting a male threatening another with a gun near in the 400 block of West Windsor Street. As dispatchers were notifying Reading Police, the actor set the car ablaze. Engine 7 & Ladder 1 were dispatched to the area and advised to stage for safety. After Officer from RPD secured the scene companies extinguished the vehicle quickly. Chief Moyer (Car 7) was in command.
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