WAYNETOWN, Ind. (WTHR) – An Indiana fireplace division saved the day for a bunch of stranded college students final week.
After a church group’s bus broke down on Interstate 74 final Friday close to Waynetown, simply west of Crawfordsville, firefighters with the Waynetown Hearth Division responded to assist get the scholars out of the warmth. Hearth Chief Phil Pirtle organized to have division autos choose the youngsters up and convey them to the firehouse.
As soon as inside, the firefighters ordered pizzas for the scholars and opened up their fridge to share chilly drinks.
“At one level about four boys got here out within the bay and requested if they might study Hearth Combating. It was on!!!” Pirtle wrote on Facebook.
The chief mentioned the 4 boys had been quickly joined by the entire group, unrolling and re-rolling fireplace hoses. Their pastor requested Pirtle if there was some work the youngsters might do, and the chief joked they might wash firetrucks.
So that they did that, too.
Whereas they labored (and performed), the church bus was mounted and it was time for the scholars to move again out.
“I used to be having simply as a lot (extra) enjoyable as the youngsters,” Pirtle wrote.