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Public Safety Vehicles in Hagerstown Getting Free Windshield Repairs

The next time a Hagerstown police car, fire truck, or EMT vehicle gets a crack or chip in its windshield or other glass surface, it won't cost taxpayers a penny to have it fixed. Cindy Rowe Auto Glass, which recently opened a location in Hagerstown, will repair such damage for free.

"We wanted to do something to help the community," says Cindy Rowe, founder and chief executive officer of Cindy Rowe Auto Glass. "Any Hagerstown emergency vehicle can pull into our Hagerstown location and have the repair made while they wait. If you don't fix minor damage, it can turn into a major expense."

Mayor Robert Bruchey says he is thankful for Rowe's generosity.

"Without businesses such as Cindy Rowe Auto Glass, agencies that are charged with the safety of our citizens would not be able to fund needed equipment," says Bruchey. "It is vital for the community and the city to work together to keep Hagerstown a safe and great place to live, work and visit."

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