Posted: Mar 24, 2013 7:23 PM
ROCKPORT - Firefighters say a Rockport man trying to remove a trailer from his property got much more than he bargained for. Firefighters say the owner set the trailer on fire Saturday because he wanted it off his property.
When the smoke started to pollute the neighbors air, however, firefighters decided to put it out. Firefighters from Rockport and Fulton spent about an hour and a half at the scene of the fire and, ironically, it happened while some of the firefighters were in training. No one was hurt.
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