Fire rips through Long Island fire house, damages fire trucks: police

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MASSAPEQUA, N.Y. — A fire house in Nassau County caught fire Wednesday morning, with firetrucks destroyed, police said.

The Nassau County Police Department said they got the call at 6:10 a.m.; nobody was in the North Massapequa fire house, police said.

The building was fully engulfed in flames; police said three firetrucks and one ambulance were destroyed.

Nobody was at the building at the time and nobody was injured.

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