WRIGHTSVILLE, Pa. (AP) — A rural south-central Pennsylvania community that lost several pieces of heavy equipment in a fire is getting help from its neighbors plowing the latest snowfall.
The York Daily Record/Sunday News reported Sunday (http://bit.ly/JoyiZm ) that Lower Windsor Township in York County was loaned trucks and people to clear several inches of snow from the community's roadways.
A fire in August at the township's municipal building destroyed several trucks, a backhoe and other equipment.
Two neighboring townships are providing a truck apiece, while a third is sending a crew to help operate them.
Lower Windsor is located along the Susquehanna River between York and Lancaster.
Information from: York Daily Record, http://www.ydr.com