Woman speaks out after car struck by Detroit fire engine driven by firefighter accused of being drunk

DETROIT – A woman’s car was hit by a Detroit fire truck on February 21.

The woman’s sister was sick in a house east of the city, and when Detroit Fire Department Squad Six arrived on the scene, a 26-year-old firefighter hit her car behind the wheel of a $ 500,000 ambulance.

READ: Detroit Fire Department: Drunk Fireman Responding to Emergency Engine Crash

The Detroit Fire Department is investigating what they call dinner, but sources call it a big party at Engine 50 on the east side of Detroit.

Sources reported to the local 4 defense lawyers that there was drinking, heavy drinking and members of the sixth squad were on duty and driving the fire truck to the party.

It has been more than a week since the incident and the woman said she still hadn’t heard from her car.


“I haven’t heard from anyone about my car,” she said.

She said she was still in shock. She said she hadn’t received a word from the Detroit Fire Department or the Detroit Police Department who were making an accident report.

Her car was parked in the same place for a week until she had to drive it to work on Monday.

She held out her hand for a lawyer. She said the lawyer wanted to hold the fire department accountable for repairing her car.

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