Battling to extinguish breast cancer


TERRE HAUTE, Ind. (WTHI) – The Wabash Valley Affiliate of Susan G. Komen and the Terre Haute Fire Department are going pink this Thursday!

Pam Bennett, a two time breast cancer survivor, was the first to sign the truck. (WTHI Photo, Brittany Earl)
Pam Bennett, a two time breast cancer survivor, was the first to sign the truck. (WTHI Photo, Brittany Earl)

The newest ‘warrior in the battle to extinguish breast cancer’ was unveiled Thursday morning at Terre Haute City Hall. Pam Bennett, a two time breast cancer survivor, was the first to sign the fire truck.

News 10’s Brittany Earl will have more on that story during News 10 Midday!

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