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Firefighting News: Three Kentucky Firefighters Injured in Water Tanker Crash

A water tanker crash Sunday injured three Clay City (KY) firefighters while they were en route to a call. Around 9 p.m., firefighters were driving on Hardwicks Creek Road when they crashed in the fire department’s water tanker, according to WTVQ (http://bit.ly/16ct4VG). The 34-year-old driver went off the road into a ditch then overcorrected, causing a rollover. The firefighters are in stable condition, but the fire apparatus will have to be replaced. For more, go to http://bit.ly/16ct4VG. For more on fire truck crashes and driving, consider Video Provides Training on Avoiding Water Tanker Rollover Accidents, Fire Apparatus Rollover Accident Leads to Cooperative Safety Video Between Rale...

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