A loose fire hose trailing behind a Toledo (OH) fire apparatus injured one person and caused some damage earlier this week.
According to the local ABC affiliate, fire officials said Engine 9 was rushing to a house fire with its lights and sirens on when the hose became loose.
The 150-foot attack line struck a bicyclist and three cars, according to the report. The man who was struck suffered a broken leg and other injuries and was transported. Firefighters reportedly did not realize that the hose was dangling from the fire truck.
Read more about this incident at http://bit.ly/1rh0w7L.
UPDATE, 10/23: According to ABC 13 (http://bit.ly/1tgjZvd), the 58-year-odl man struck by the hoseline in this incident has passed away.
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