I think at least 2 people are out of a job. From Fox 2 Detroit: Some Detroit firefighters are under fire tonight for wrecking a rig and then trying tocoverit up.
Last month when two Detroit firefighters out of Engine 55 decided to use a rig for their personal ride- it did not end well.
Sources say on March 30, two Detroit firefighters who work out of Engine 55 on Joy Road wanted to go out for a bit of a joy ride. They tried to convince the driver of the rig to get behind the wheel, but when he refused, a firefighter who had only been on the job a few years, decided to drive.
Where they went is unknown but we're told somewhere along the way he lost control of the expensive fire truck and slammed into the wall of the median near Southfield and I-96.
They rushed back to the fire house, eventually getting the driver they tried to originally convince to come along, to cover for them, getting that firefighter to take a urine test to screen for drugs and alcohol.
Detroit police responded, but the firefighters claimed someone sideswiped the fire rig. Although they initially lied to police and superiors, their stories didn't line up. Eventually they confessed to causing more than $75,000 worth of damage to the rig.
If these two dumbasses brains were dynamite he couldn't blow their hat off.
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