Dinwiddie Accident Splits Fire-Truck in Half

Early Sunday morning a North Carolina driver was traveling on I-85 in his semi when he slammed into a fire engine that was blocking the interstate while they were tending to an accident that occurred shortly before.

The crash took place around 1:00 a.m. as fire and emergency personnel was assisting an another accident just off the right side lane. “It’s the first time I’ve seen a cab knocked off a fire truck before,‚ÄĚ retired firefighter Jack Sullivan said.

Investigators were surprised that there weren’t any fatalities¬†because of how destructive the collision was. Emergency crews are regularly trained oh different ways to stay safe when it comes to responding to accident scenes.

It’s very fortunate that no on has been severely killed or even hurt in the crash. If you or a loved one have been charged a reckless driving offense in Dinwiddie, contact the law office of David A.C. Long today.