The following is an excerpt from a Syracuse Post-Standard article. You can read the entire article here.
Firefighters union chides Miner as city snowplow burns outside helpless fire station
SYRACUSE, N.Y. -- A city snowplow caught fire Tuesday morning just feet from a fire station. The station, however, had no means to fight the blaze and had to wait for an engine to arrive from a mile away.
The local firefighters union used a photo of the burning truck to chide the mayor for cutting department funding four years ago.
"Pretty embarrassing when a DPW truck catches fire next to a fire station, but there's no engine housed there thanks to the mayor's budget cuts," a post on the union's Facebook page read.