TULSA, Okla. — Oklahoma Highway Patrol say slick, wet roads caused an ambulance to hydroplane and rollover Monday afternoon. Troopers say the accident happened around 5 p.m. when John Anders, 32, was driving the ambulance along Highway 412 near 49th West Avenue when it began to hydroplane. The ambulance then reportedly went off the right...Read More
I-44 is now open after a collision involving a Broken Arrow ambulance on I-44 Monday evening, state troopers said. Troopers said the accident happened on westbound I-44 just east of Yale in Tulsa. Westbound lanes were closed starting at 6:45 p.m. Monday for crews to clean up the debris and reopened around 9 p.m. Footage...Read More
Pomona – On Saturday, March 20, 2021, Los Angeles County Fire Department along with Care Ambulance were on scene of a medical call at 1400 E Mission Blvd and S East End Ave. The care ambulance had a patient in the back of the ambulance when it was hit from the back by white vehicle...Read More
Fortunately, the crew of IFD Engine 4, the second engine to arrive, was not injured after their Engine went off road as they were positioning it to catch the nearby hydrant at this clubhouse fire at Lakeside Point at Nora. The soft, wet ground, quickly enveloped the engines wheels and a Garner’s Wrecker needed to...Read More
ROSEVILLE (CBS13) – The Sacramento Metropolitan Fire District said a fire engineer died in a crash in Roseville while reporting for duty at his station in North Highlands on Saturday. Kyle Rutherford, 38, crashed into a center divider on westbound I-80 near Atlantic Street in Roseville. California Highway Patrol officers located Rutherford unresponsive, and he...Read More
CLEVELAND, Ohio (WOIO) – There’s new concern that Cleveland’s fire fleet is in such bad shape, it may be jeopardizing the first responder’s ability to help you in an emergency. 19 News investigators discovered one local station has no choice but to use a damaged truck because the city doesn’t have any spares available. Firefighters...Read More
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