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Fire Apparatus: One Dead in California Fire Truck vs. Pickup Crash

A man was killed Monday afternoon when the pickup truck he was driving collided with a Hamilton City (CA) Fire Department engine. The fire apparatus was en route to an accident, heading eastbound on Highway 32 when a man driving an older model brown Ford Ranger came into its lane, according to a report on chicoer.com (http://bit.ly/1b263cm). The victim, who is thought to be in his 60s, began going to the right to yield to the truck but for an unknown reason made a sharp left turn into the path of the engine and was broadsided, according to volunteer firefighter Mario Medrano, 27, the apparatus driver. For additional details on this story, go to http://bit.ly/1b263cm. For more training-rel...

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