05-26-2008, 11:53 AM #1
LA County Engine 129 Involved In MVA 5-25-08
From "The Secret List", FirefighterCloseCalls.com
CALIFORNIA APPARATUS CRASH: In Lancaster (CA) this morning, a Firefighter was hospitalized this following in what was described as a high-speed crash. The fire apparatus was responding when it was hit by another car. Witnesses said the rig had its emergency lights/sirens/horns on at the time of the crash. They said there were four young girls in the other car who were also rushed to the hospital but the severity of the victims' injuries is not yet known. Updates to follow.My Fire Apparatus Photos: x635Photos.com
Seth G., Round Rock Texas
05-29-2008, 04:26 PM #2
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Do we know what type of spill call they were going to? Which leads me to ask did they need to be running "HOT"?
By no means am I saying this is the FD fault, just asking.
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