In this file photo, Moss Creek maintenance worker Carl Woods  dismantles what's left of the plantation's entry marker. The marker, which featured a cascading waterfall, was  destroyed when a Bluffton Fire District fire  truck responding to a call in the plantation collided with another  vehicle and then crashed into the marker.
In this file photo, Moss Creek maintenance worker Carl Woods dismantles what's left of the plantation's entry marker. The marker, which featured a cascading waterfall, was destroyed when a Bluffton Fire District fire truck responding to a call in the plantation collided with another vehicle and then crashed into the marker. Jay Karr, the Island Packet
In this file photo, Moss Creek maintenance worker Carl Woods dismantles what's left of the plantation's entry marker. The marker, which featured a cascading waterfall, was destroyed when a Bluffton Fire District fire truck responding to a call in the plantation collided with another vehicle and then crashed into the marker. Jay Karr, the Island Packet

PHOTO: Moss Creek neighborhood sign destroyed in fire engine crash

March 29, 2012 07:05 PM

UPDATED April 04, 2012 04:53 PM

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