Crews respond to train engine fire Monday


  In a matter of minutes crews from the Terry Volunteer Fire department extinguished a train engine fire Monday afternoon. The engine had been parked on the tracks in Terry for at least a week before a BNSF crew prepared to move the engine to Glendive. That’s when the engine fire was first noticed and called into 911. 

Volunteer firemen responded to the call at about 3:40 p.m. Monday afternoon, according to Undersheriff Greg Huber. The incident took place near the Adams Avenue and Laundre Street intersection.
Deputy State Fire Marshal Jerry Smith was in Terry Tuesday afternoon investigating the cause of the fire.

Published July 10, 2013     
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