Smell of Smoke Draws LVFD to First National Bank, LIVINGSTON, April 23, 2008 - Shortly before 9 pm on April 23, 2008, workers at the First National Bank of Livingston reported smelling smoke. Livingston Volunteer Fire Department was summoned and very quickly arrived at the bank with full gear and equipment including a host of volunteer firemen in full fire fighting gear, fire engines, and Chief Corky Cochran. Additionally, Polk County Judge John Thompson was seen on the premises conversing with emergency personnel at the scene. After thoroughly checking the building out for well over an hour, which included raising ceiling tiles and searching everywhere they could, Chief Cochran told PolkCountyToday.com that "There was in fact the smell of burnt rubber in the building." Cochran went on to say that "...it's possibly in the air handling units". Cochran also stated that they went through all the units and couldn't find the source of the smell. According to sources, the building is being watched closely. Chief Cochran said that "...management will have maintenance engineers check everything".