Fatal three vehicle MVA leads to a burning city bus
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At the intersection of Third Street and Builder's Avenue, a pickup truck driven by a man talking on his cell phone slammed into the side of a city bus, killing the truck's driver, ejecting one passenger from the bus and partially ejecting another. Another passenger was trapped in the back of the bus, while the driver and another passenger escaped with minor injuries. A car traveling behind the bus was unable to stop in time and collided with the back of the bus, but the driver escaped unharmed. Squad 1, Squad 2, Engine 2, Medic 1, and Battalion 1 of the Brickmore City Fire Department responded with Builder's County Sheriff, Brickmore City Police, and Builder's County Medical Service ambulances.
The driver of the second car and a passerby attempt to help a seriously injured bus passenger, who was ejected out of the bus.
Squad 1 and Squad 2 arrive on scene
Medic 1 and Engine 2 arrive on scene.
Battalion 1 assesses the scene as engine 2's crew begins unloading equipment in the background
Medic 1's crew treats the victim ejected from the bus as police officers help the car driver, who received minor burns trying to help victims trapped in the bus.
Firefighters begin rescuing the victim trapped in the back as others prepare to extract the truck driver.
Firefighters make good use of a portable scaffold carried by Squad 2 as they extract the truck driver and BCMS paramedics treat a victim for smoke inhalation
The body of the truck driver is covered and carried away.
Paramedics Treat another victim extracted from the bus as firefighters battle the flames inside the bus.
Battalion 1 commander directs operations.
Minifigure's view of events on driver's side of bus...
and passenger side.
Police officers look on as smoke continues to billow from the bus.
Paramedics prepare to transport another victim to the hospital.
Police and fire personnel inspect the wreckage once the fire is extinguished.
Total casualties for the incident include 1 killed, three victims in critical condition, another with minor burns, and two with minor cuts and scrapes.
I like the incident, and the way you pushed it to the extreme! also, the response by the different services, however, in the future, try to put more care to the scene, it could nt happen on a giant desk, make the scene smaller if you have to, + be more severe on pic quality, use a stable tripod or object, and I ll be a fan! good work!