CBS 12 News EXCLUSIVE VIDEO - A heroic state trooper is struck by an out of control vehicle after he appears to push a man to safety on i-95 near Hobe Sound.
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With recent accidents on Texas highway 195, with one with our fire engines being hit by a vehicle operator which is still the shop for repairs. Tonight we had a emergency sign (the sign has only been in service for one month btw) struck by another passing motorist and almost stricking another fire engine. Please move over and also help us do our job slow down the 15 second delay wont make you miss something at home or work that your headed to. Our guys/ladies and engines want to go home safely. #moveoverslowdown #txdps #statelaw #everyonegoeshome #helpushelpyou ... See MoreSee Less
Everyone please share this, there have been two public servant fatalities and multiple missed calls just here in bell county alone.
Sad that many departments are starting to roll crash trucks just to save lives. As if VFDs have the staffing to roll an additional apparatus just to block traffic! It does save lives though and many lives are being saved both in career and volunteer departments with these old trucks on major thoroughfares
It needs to be a higher charge when the disobey the law. Even higher when they hit an emergency vehicle. If you ignore or can't see the emergency lights you don't need to be driving period. Thank god no FF was hurt. Nolanville fire dept went thru it on the hill back in 08. We almost lost 2 ffs and one good sumatran lost his military career due to his injuries. You could see all the emergency lights from harker heights on nolanville hill. All first responders want to go home at the end of a call. People need to pay attention. Maybe they should lose drivers license for a year.
Was that on the scene I was on with yall?! That was close!
Nims runs l rules are over dps. Block that road.
Wow, finally got those signs! I've been pushing for those for years. Better the truck than our firefighters. Stay safe, be seen! Hopefully the truck will be back on the road before too long.
Throw out reflective tack strips into the road after these warning signs, before getting to the accident. That will slow their butts down and over into the lane they should be in.
People flip out when they see flashing lights.
Southwest Bell County Fire Department I wanted to be a fireman but cerebral palsy prevents me from doing so instead I collect patches may I please add your patch to my collection thanks Robbie Foster