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No injuries after collision involving Detroit Fire Department Engine 56 last (Monday) night.
A Detroit fire rig crashed through a gas station Monday night on the city’s northeast side. Miraculously, there were no injuries.
Detroit Deputy Fire Commissioner Dave Fornell says at 9:30 p.m. Monday four guys from Engine 56 were responding to a fire on Winchester Street with lights flashing and sirens blaring, when another vehicle crashed into it.
“When we come into an intersection we normally slow down and stop, but in this case they looked and didn’t see any lights so we started in the intersection,” Fornell said.
That was when a car slammed into the rig and knocked it into a pole – ripping it out of the ground. The pole then pulverizing a parked car belonging to the late night gas station clerk.