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April 28, 2011
Often when fire trucks are the scene of an auto accident, they come to provide rescue services. However, in this Ohio truck accident, the fire truck itself needed rescuing.
According to WEWS, an Ohio truck accident involved a semi-truck and a fire truck on Interstate 80.
The Ohio truck accident occurred when the fire truck got a call about a fire and attempted a U-turn from a lane other than the farthest left one. The fire truck was struck by a semi-truck on the driver’s side.
The driver of the fire truck suffered Ohio truck accident injuries, but the semi-truck driver did not suffer Ohio auto accident injuries.
The Chronicle-Telegram reported that the Ohio turnpike was shut down for more than five hours as a result of the Ohio truck accident.
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