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Automobile into a Building

Take a look at the vehicle into a building in the Mile High City of Denver.  The Denver Fire Department posted a recent run on their Facebook Page where a vehicle crashed into in a building.  That building required shoring with Paratech struts.

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Vehicle into Pizza Hut

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Toledo Fire & Rescue Department

Earlier this afternoon, Toledo Fire crews including USAR 1 and USAR 2 responded to the 3400 block of Secor Rd for a reported car into a building. One vehicle traveled across a corner lot and struck the SE corner of a Pizza Hut restaurant. Two adults were treated at the scene for non-life-threatening injuries and transported to a local ER for further evaluation.

Toledo Fire Technical Rescue crews initially placed a Paratech strut, then replaced it with a wooden spot shore to stabilize the corner of the building before releasing it back to the owner. No additional injuries were reported. #toledofire #toledofirefighters #techrescue

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Vehicle into Structure

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Vehicle into Structure

Initial reports advised of a vehicle into the Grampian Post Office with the individual possibly trapped in the vehicle. Crews used s

truts to stabilize the structural members of the building.

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Vehicle Into a House (Toledo, OH)

In October of 2021, Toledo Fire & Rescue was dispatched to reports of a vehicle into a house. The vehicle lost control and entered the home inverted trapping two occupants of the car.

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Vehicle Into a House (Toledo, OH)

In October of 2021, Toledo Fire & Rescue was dispatched to reports of a vehicle into a house. The vehicle lost control and entered the home inverted trapping two occupants of the car. Technical Rescue team members worked to shore the structure as additional crews extricated the two occupants of the vehicle. One of them suffered fatal injuries, the other was transported to a local trauma center with life-threatening injuries. Firefighters were able to remove the uninjured occupant of the home through a second window by ladder. No firefighter injuries were reported with this incident.

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