Good News: Firefighters Push Stretcher A Mile On Icy Highway

When bad weather hit the St. Louis area recently, it left icy roads in dangerous driving condition, causing a city bus to spin around on the highway. 2 firefighters were called to the accident, but they got into their own crash when their ambulance slid into a guardrail on the way.

The firefighters rescued the driver, who was the only person on the bus at the time, but they realized how risky driving the ambulance would be in those conditions, so they pushed the stretcher with the bus driver on it for about a mile to the nearest hospital. They say it wasn’t easy getting the stretcher up several hills because it didn’t have traction on the icy roads and it was sleeting outside, but they made it.


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