Two men have been charged after a fire engine ploughed into several cars and a row of terraced houses in Northern Ireland.
The pair, aged 19 and 66, allegedly went joyriding in the fire engine in Co Antrim in the early hours of Saturday morning.
They will appear at Coleraine Magistrates Court on Monday charged with burglary, aggravated vehicle taking and causing damage to property.
A Police Service of Northern Ireland (PSNI) spokeswoman said: “Detectives have charged a 66-year-old man with burglary, aggravated vehicle taking causing damage to another vehicle, aggravated vehicle taking causing damage to property and various other offences.
“Detectives have also charged a 19-year-old man with dangerous driving, burglary, attempted burglary with intent to steal, aggravated vehicle causing damage to another vehicle and aggravated vehicle taking causing damage to property and various other offences.”
The fire engine was taken from a station in Larne, Northern Ireland Fire and Rescue (NIFRS) said.
There were no injuries.
Group commander Kevin O’Neill, from NIFRS, said: “At approximately 4.30am (Saturday) Larne station was broken into and a fire engine was stolen.
“Subsequently this fire engine was driven into a number of cars and houses in the Larne area.”