Outrage After KCFD Driver Comeback Following Deadly Crash

A glimpse at local push back and Midtown biz leaders pushing for more first responder accountability.

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Justice, accountability, and change summarize the message PROTEST ORGANIZERS and others want to send to Kansas City leaders after they learned A KCFD FIREFIGHTER cannot only return as a firefighter but also be allowed to drive firetrucks to calls.

“Warnings were ignored,” AN ORGANIZER said. “He had complaints about his driving, he crashed into a police car on the site of his fire department. He wrecked an ambulance, the fact that he was allowed to drive that night is beyond me.”

The protest also calls for Kansas City to place censors at all intersections so that when lights of emergency vehicles are detected, traffic symbols can alert drivers to stop as first responders come through.

Read more via www.TonysKansasCity.com link . . .

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