By Bob Weaver

A 1986 Ford Cougar belonging to Christine King was heavily damaged by fire Wednesday morning, according to Jim Garretson of the Grantsville Volunteer Fire Department. Firemen responded at 11:36 a.m. to the parking lot of the health facility. "The car apparently ignited from the electric system," said Garretson. Hospital personnel used four fire extinguishers on the blaze.

The GVFD and Calhoun EMS responded to the Calhoun County Library on Mill Street at 12:10 p.m. Assistance was needed to bring two people from the second floor after the elevator failed. Librarian Glada Stump was stuck in the elevator for about twelve minutes before emergency services arrived. She was attempting to fix the problem when she got trapped. Stump said we have called the elevator company to fix the problem.

Calhoun EMS answered a call to Holbert's Store at Big Bend on Tuesday involving a two vehicle collision. Sheriff Allen Parsons investigated. A car driven by Tammy Bell of the Leading Creek area was struck by another vehicle as she exited the store's parking lot. Neither of the parties required medical treatment.

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