Cop Arrests Firefighter Rendering Life Support At Major Accident Scene - Because He Wouldn't Move His Firetruck
The tyrannical police have completely lost their efffing mind. It has gotten so bad now, that even when a firefighter that was trying to save lives at the scene of a rollover was handcuffed for not obeying the testosterone filled out of control thug of a police officer.
Ridiculous’: How a Firefighter Ended Up in Handcuffs While Helping Victims at Scene of Serious Car Accident
While responding to a Tuesday night rollover accident in Chula Vista, Calif., a police officer and firefighter got into a dispute over where the fire engine should park. It ended with the uniformed firefighter in handcuffs.
The California Highway Patrol officer reportedly ordered the firefighter, identified as Jacob Gregoir, to move the fire engine off the center divide or he would be arrested. As he worked the scene and checked the overturned car for more victims, he reportedly told the unidentified officer that he would have to check with his captain.
That’s when the officer decided to detain the firefighter instead.
According to UT San Diego, Gregoir — a fire service veteran of more than 12 years — parked the truck behind an ambulance to provide protection to the emergency responders from oncoming traffic. This is apparently a standard safety procedure fire crews are taught.
KFMB-TV captured some of the argument and ensuing arrest on video:
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