White Tow Truck in Hit-and-Run with Chicago Fire Department Ladder Truck at Marquette Rd and Kimbark Ave, Chicago

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Chicago police responded about 10:20 AM Thursday November 7, 2019 to a hit-and-run crash property damage only at Marquette Road and Kimbark Avenue Chicago, IL. Police received a report from Chicago Fire Department Truck 16’s crew that they were hit by a white tow truck. Two tow trucks appeared as though they might have been racing, and one of the tow trucks “slammed” the ladder truck, according to the crew.

Initially, no firefighters were reported injured. However, CFD Ladder Truck 16 was not drivable after the crash.

Both tow trucks were driven eastbound after the crash. One tow truck was driven east on 67th Street and then southbound at an unknown street.

The offending vehicle was described as a private company tow truck.

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