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KO Photos
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Join Date: July 27, 2009
Location: South Riding
August 8, 2010, 11:53 AM

Something I always had beat into my head by LEO and LEO related friends in Ohio is that emergency personnel do NOT have the right away. Yes, you can receive failure to yield to an emergency vehicle, but they do not have the right to just go full force into an intersection where they have a red light.

(Hell, there was an incident while I was in Ohio, where a firetruck went through a red light, and killed an older lady. He was brought up on charges of vehicular manslaughter)

So, I guess I don't see how the cops can truly play this down...

Very sad.

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