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By "nzfireman" - / Monday 4 September 2017 13:00 /
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By  GhostFox  |  33

That's a major fail on the city's part- only having one driver on duty is just plain stupid, specifically because of situations like this. Or what if the driver is intoxicated when a call comes in? Because I know that firefighter drink even when it's there turn to stay on call. Or what if another call comes in while the driver is already in route to one?

By  RichardPencil  |  24

And no one believes it was an “accident?” C’mon, we all know you wanted to drive the fire truck! We’ve all been there, except none of us tried to achieve the goal by violence.

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By  davecross  |  11

Im going to assume it was an accident. But I think this is more of an FML on your fire house. Everyone who work in the fires dept who has at least got threw there probation period she learn how to drive the fire truck. You may not be the designated driver but things happen.

By  RichardPencil  |  24

And no one believes it was an “accident?” C’mon, we all know you wanted to drive the fire truck! We’ve all been there, except none of us tried to achieve the goal by violence.

By  GhostFox  |  33

That's a major fail on the city's part- only having one driver on duty is just plain stupid, specifically because of situations like this. Or what if the driver is intoxicated when a call comes in? Because I know that firefighter drink even when it's there turn to stay on call. Or what if another call comes in while the driver is already in route to one?

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