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Fire Truck Struck Responding To Route 95 Crash: Fire Officials Bensalem, Pa Patch

Having the tanker’s correct-side wheels drift off the edge of the road is one of the most widespread causes of tanker crashes. If the proper-side wheels do get off the edge of the road, do not try next to bring the apparatus back onto the road surface at a high speed. Slow the apparatus to 20 mph or significantly less before trying to bring the wheels back onto the road surface. The results from this study indicate that further steps want to be taken to strengthen belt use. One promising answer would be to redesign firetruck seatbelts to improve the...