NY Fire Apparatus Crashes En Route to Call; Woman Injured

A Jamestown (NY) Fire Department vehicle collided with a car on the way to a call, injuring the female driver of the other vehicle. Two firefighters who were in the vehicle were not injured in the crash.

According to a report in the Post-Journal (http://bit.ly/ydB3M0), the Jamestown Fire Department was responding to a reported structure fire when the department’s Car 1 and the woman’s car struck each other at an intersection.

The woman was transported to an area hospital with minor injuries. Both vehicles were extensively damaged.

For more on firefighters and driving, consider Distracted: Dealing with the Dynamics of Driving Diversions, Winter Driving Tips for Firefighters and Paramedics/EMTs, National Fire Fighter Near-Miss Reporting System: Apparatus Driving and Intersections, and Roundtable: Fire Apparatus Driving and Data Collection.

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