Three waste trucks were destroyed in a fire in Columbus, Ind.
According to WISHTV.com:
"The Columbus Fire Department said a city employee found a trash packer truck on fire just after 5 p.m. Monday. When firefighters got to the garage, two vehicles were on fire. Shortly after, the fuel tank on the first vehicle exploded into flames, catching a third vehicle on fire."
The fire was contained about 20 minutes later, but the incident caused about $850,000 worth of damages, according to the WISHTVreport.
Despite the loss of the trucks, the city's collection services were not interrupted.
According to The Republic:
While older trash packers being placed back into service may slow down sanitation routes, the fire will not result in any service delays for residents, according to city officials.