Dayton (OH) Fire Engine Damaged in Hit-and-Run Collision

A Dayton (OH) Fire Department engine was damaged as it was responding to a call when it was struck by a hit-and-run driver, according to a report published by WHIO TV7.

According to the television station, the Dayton engine was in the area of Hershey and North Main streets at about 9 pm last night (Sept 8) when a gray or silver car hit the apparatus and fled the scene. The engine had its lights and siren activated as it rounded the corner at the time of the collision, according to the report.

The damage to the engine was described as minimal, according to the report, that added the driver was not in custody at the time of broadcast.

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