CROCKER, Mo. - An Ozarks fire department is the victim of vandalism, twice in a two week span.
The Crocker Fire Protection District's Hawkeye satellite station was first hit on May 5th, but only an access door was damaged. It was hit again this past Wednesday, the 16th.
Not only was the new access door damaged, but a skid unit that is used to hold 300 gallons of water was destroyed.
Luckily, the engine wasn't at the station at the time.
According to the volunteer department, the insurance company will not cover the loss, about 20-thousand dollars, and it can't afford a replacement.