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Topic - Janet Ward
Atlanta fire officials say a ladder truck was damaged when its back wheels were swallowed by a sinkhole.
Fire officials say a building that was being renovated in midtown Atlanta has partially collapsed.
Two firefighters were injured while battling a blaze at an Atlanta airport terminal on Tuesday that filled the area with heavy smoke.
She says the engine was pulled from the hole by a tow truck and no injuries have been reported.
Department spokeswoman Janet Ward told local outlets that the sinkhole on Ashby Grove opened as the truck was driving along the street Monday afternoon.