Over the weekend the Battle Creek Fire Department's Engine 2 decided to crash an area block party in the best way. No there wasn't a fire, accident or even a cat stuck in a tree... just good clean fun.
The Battle Creek Fire Department says that just before 5pm Thursday, firefighters were called to a two story home in the first block of Bayshore Dr. Upon arrival, smoke was seen coming from the garage.
A police officer's work is never done. With all the things we see in the news, it can be easy to forget law enforcement and first responders in our communities are real human beings who have families and call our cities, townships and villages their home.
The Battle Creek Fire Department says that two engines and five other vehicles were called to the Cherry Hill Manor on Clay St. and Capital Ave. around 7:14pm Tuesday, and arrived to find light smoke coming from an eighth floor window.