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GREENBURGH, N.Y. -- Greenburgh Police are investigating the Greenville fire district in connection with the accident involving Ladder Truck No. 4 in an accident in 2012, according to

The truck was damaged when it collided with a Toyota at Ardsley and Old Army roads in Greenburgh. Officials originally said the truck was responding to an emergency with sirens and signals on while driving through the intersection, reported.

A subsequent complaint, however said the truck was on a mutual aid call to aid the Pelham fire district, meaning the truck was not allowed to bypass the rules of the road. The complaint also alleges fire officials lied in an attempt to secure insurance money for the new truck, said.

Residents will vote on Tuesday, Dec. 9, to approve a bond of more than $1 million to have the truck replaced, said.

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