Fire Apparatus Flips Over in North Clark County (WA)

A fire truck responding to a medical call on an unpaved road in north Clark County toppled over into a small creek, likely putting the emergency vehicle permanently out of commission, reports The Columbian.

Extra resources were requested due to the nature of the call which was treated as a possible COVID-19. The driver and only occupant of the third fire engine to respond was making his way up a private road, which is narrow and unpaved, according to the assistant chief. The ground on the soft shoulder of the road gave out, causing the truck to flip onto its top, coming to rest partially in a creek

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