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X-Admin: email@example.com From: firstname.lastname@example.org (NiceGuyTJ) Newsgroups: alt.politics.org.fbi Date: 31 Oct 2003 10:26:18 GMT Organization: AOL http://www.aol.com Subject: Omaha Fire Responds To Candy Truck Accident Message-ID: <email@example.com> Omaha Fire Fighters Respond To Candy Truck Disaster On early Thursday, October 30, 2003, Omaha fire fighters responded to an accident on Interstate 80 in Omaha. A semi trailer truck carrying Halloween candy reportedly blew a tire and lost control hitting the retaining wall on the I-80 and catching fire. Following the collision, the driver of the semi was knocked unconscious while the truck began to burn. Passers by seeing the accident and the fire, retrieved the unconscious truck driver from his burning semi and brought him to safety. Meanwhile, the Omaha Fire Division, too busy planning their union's next move against the city of Omaha, finally responded to the accident which shut down I-80. When they arrived, they did what fire fighters do most, they clean up the mess. Well, sort of. The fire fighters were televised mulling about the burning hulk of the truck searching for candy bars not yet destroyed while the fires continued to engulf the trailer. Both the truck and trailer were totally destroyed and unrecognizable following the accident. The driver, who lost his money, identity, and even his shoes in the accident, was being housed by good Samaritans of Omaha at a local motel. Sympathetic passers by also gave him a pair of shoes and a twenty dollar bill to get by on. Although no fire fighter from Omaha was seen putting out the blaze, it is assumed they extinguished the fire after their candy eating spree. They certainly didn't save anyone and their response time to the accident leaves more than a little to be desired. Again, they were too busy with their personal issues to do their job.
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