Man Dies When Car Rear-Ends LA County Fire Engine

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Authorities say a 49-year-old man was killed when his car rear-ended a parked Los Angeles County fire engine on the 105 Freeway in Lynwood.

The California Highway Patrol says the 2011 Toyota crashed into the back of a fire engine that had stopped to help douse a vehicle fire early Sunday.

Delaron Hines was taken to a hospital where he was declared dead.

The CHP report says alcohol was a factor in the accident, according to the Los Angeles Times.

No firefighters were injured.

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Comments

One Comment

  1. Sparky Taylor says:

    Well
    The response time on that accident
    was better than average

  2. Al says:

    Call me anal, but that is a picture of an LA City Engine. Wrong department.

  3. jip says:

    one less drunk on the road

  4. P says:

    what a shame… my hear goes out to that 2011 Toyota

  5. Josh says:

    I love these comments! I feel sorry for that 2011 Toyota whatever it was. CBS may just grab (or snapshot) whatever picture they can get. Finally yes the response time couldn’t get any better then that.

    Also, yes, that is one less drunk on the road. They say that drunks are attracted to blinking lights so I guess that fire truck acted like a magnet with that drunk driver. A BIG magnet!

  6. Lurker says:

    Could it have been an acceleration/brake problem?

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