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Friday, January 1, 2016

Derrick City, Bradford Ambulance Respond To Early New Year's Day Crash On Rt. 219

Foster Township Police Department was dispatched to a one car (rollover) motor vehicle accident on SR 219 (southbound) around 2:30am. The driver was located on Seaward Avenue and was identified as 27 year old Zachariah Fink of Bradford. At this time, the accident is still under investigation for any charges. FTPD was assisted at the scene by the Bradford City Police, Derrick City Volunteer Fire Department and Tuna Valley Towing.
#01-1/1/2016 – 1st run for 2016. This morning at 0236 hrs Station 11 and Ambulance 1 (City of Bradford) were dispatched for a one car mva on the Rte. 219 Southbound onramp w/ vehicle on its side. 

Bradford City PD were first on scene and reported the driver had fled the scene. Chief 11 was next on scene, established Rte. 219 command and had Station 11 Fire Police divert all traffic off of route 219 as well as requested Limestone (NY) VFD to divert traffic at the State Line. 

Crews from Rescue 111 and Engine 113 arrived and began cleaning up debris and fluids from the damaged vehicle. 

One patient was found on Seward Avenue and was treated by Ambulance 1. 

Tuna Valley Towing arrived and towed vehicle from scene. Station 11 units were on scene for approx.. 1 hr and were assisted by City of Bradford Ambulance, Limestone (NY) VFD, Bradford City PD, Foster Township PD and Tuna Valley Towing.

11 comments:

Anonymous said...

Drunk.

Anonymous said...

prayer's for every one hope the god people are all right..
in this crash...we are thank full for having are firefighter's
and Ambulance crew in are world today....prayer's sent

Anonymous said...

Friday, January 1, 2016 at 11:56:00 AM ES
do you know for a fact it they where drunk people like you
should get fact's right before you do the blame game...
we will know when the police report come out....

post..Friday, January 1, 2016 at 12:31:00 PM EST
i think you meant to right thank god but it kool
because you are right having are firefighter's
and Ambulance crew it the best thing in this world today
prayers to all

Anonymous said...

I pray they're ok too, I wasn't there so I'm not going to judge them n thank God we have suchanged dedicated n compassionate ambulance n firemen crews!

Anonymous said...

Happy New Year !

Unknown said...

Shouldn't matter the situation, god kept him safe and that's what matters.. a huge thank you to all the workers involved.. and thank you god for keeping him safe..
-Jennifer Therrien

Anonymous said...

12:31.. Wee hours of the morning, a party holiday morning, rollover on a 35 mph ramp, driver fled scene. Drunk. Yay! They committed a crime, wrecked could have killed innocent adults and children, fled the scene leaving emergency responders to wonder if they were ejected and laying close to them hanging on to life. But let's pray for these assholes! What the fuk is wrong with all you do-good idiots?!? Holy shit.

Anonymous said...

Dear 2:08 pm,

Since you are such a grammar Nazi, feeling the need to correct one small auto-correct mistake, allow me to edit your post.

Do you know for a fact IF (S)HE WAS drunk? People like you should get the FACTS right before you do the blame game. We will know when the police report COMES out.

I think you meant to WRITE "thank God" but it IS COOL, because you are right. Having OUR FIREFIGHTERS and ambulance (lowercase) CREWS IS the best thing in this world today.

*Perhaps you should be a little more careful with your own butchery of the English language before you make fun of others.

Unknown said...

Really everyone! Let's just thank God no one was hurt.

Anonymous said...

WOW, Nice languge, and you allegedly are an adult n you condemn others! I do thank God they're ok no one else was hurt! Clean up your foul mouth before condemning others!

Anonymous said...

After being at the bar all night, and then backing his other vehicle into a Post Office. This gentleman decided to go home and get in his other vehicle, which he rolled getting on 219. Am I saying he was drunk? Nope, I wasn't there, he may have been completely sober for all I know. I do find it hard to believe that he was sober, but don't rule it out because I have seen stranger things happen.