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5 MILL CREEK VOLUNTEER FIREFIGHTERS WERE IN A FIRETRUCK WHEN IT CRASHED INTO SIP’S TILE CRAFT BUILDING ALONG ROUTE 22 IN HUNTINGDON COUNTY AROUND 1 MONDAY MORNING…AND ASSISTANT CHIEF WAYNE COHENOUR IS BEING CALLED A HERO. THE DRIVER, 30 YEAR OLD MARK SNYDER, SUFFERED A SEIZURE AND LOST CONTROL OF THE TRUCK, SO COHENOUR GRABBED THE STEERING WHEEL BEFORE THE TRUCK COULD GO DOWN A MORE THAN 200-FOOT EMBANKMENT. SNYDER HAS BEEN RELEASED FROM THE HOSPITAL, BUT COHENOUR SUFFERED FROM FRACTURES TO HIS LEGS AND A HEAD INJURY. THE 3 OTHER FIREMEN WERE TREATED AND RELEASED AT J-C BLAIR MEMORIAL HOSPITAL. THE TRUCK, VALUED AT ABOUT 350-THOUSAND DOLLARS, IS LIKELY A TOTAL LOSS.