There's a lot about the narrative of this crash that needs further investigation and won't make sense to anyone who understands physics.
Put simply . . .
There is no way a smallish Honda SUV pushed a 20 ton fire truck anywhere.
Now, the family of a victim is asking for a jury trial in the aftermath of their tragedy.
Here's the crux of the case . . .
"The lawsuit alleges the driver of Pumper 19 "failed to exercise the highest degree of care in the operation of his vehicle, and failed to conduct himself in a careful, prudent and lawful manner." It also alleges the driver was negligent."
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KANSAS CITY, Mo. - The family of one of the victims killed in last month's crash involving a Kansas City, Missouri, Fire Department pumper truck has filed a wrongful death lawsuit against the city and the driver of the pumper truck.
KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) -- The family of a man killed in the crash that involved a fire truck at Westport and Broadway last month has filed a lawsuit against the city, the Kansas City Fire Department, and the driver of the fire truck at the time of the crash.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - A firetruck was involved in a deadly crash Wednesday night after it collided with an SUV on Broadway Boulevard near Westport Road, which sent both vehicles into a building. Part of that recording details dispatchers telling fire crews to stand down. "Dispatch, do you want 18 to make that house fire?"
The family of one of three people killed in December when a Kansas City firetruck collided with a car in Westport is suing the fire department, the city and the driver of the truck.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - On Wednesday, a crash reconstruction expert detailed the steps that make up a deadly crash investigation, like the one that is taking place concerning last week's crash in the Westport area of Kansas City, Missouri .
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