Tag Archives: San Francisco Fire Department

Asiana Airlines Crash Suit Against SFFD Dismissed

The wrongful death suit against the San Francisco Fire Department arising out of the crash of Asiana Airlines Flight 214 in July, 2013, has been dismissed. The parents of 16 year old Ye Meng Yuan filed the suit last year. Yuan was allegedly written off as dead as SFFD began foam operations. The suit claimed that her body was struck by two San Francisco Fire Department vehicles.

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Silver Lining to San Francisco Ladder DUI Dismissal

In a ruling that seems to have surprised the media and many firefighters, the drunk driving case against San Francisco firefighter Michael Quinn has been dismissed. Quinn was driving a ladder truck that struck and nearly killed a motorcyclist, Jack Frazier, on June 29, 2013. A security camera captured the dramatic incident.

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San Francisco Firefighter Claims She’s a Scapegoat

A female firefighter who characterizes herself as a “24-year veteran firefighter … a lesbian and woman of color who helped pioneer desegregation efforts” in the San Francisco Fire Department claims she has been made to be the scapegoat for the ...

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Abandonment Issue Raised in Asiana Crash Case

A video showing the aftermath of the crash of Asiana Airlines Flight 214 in San Francisco last July is raising a new question in some peoples' minds about patient abandonment. The video shows Ye Meng Yuan, the 16 year old ...

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San Francisco Sued Over Motorcycle Accident

The motorcyclist who was injured when he was struck by a San Francisco ladder truck has filed suit against the city and county of San Francisco. Jack Frazier, 50, was injured when he was struck by a ladder truck operated ...

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