Fire Chief Robeson and Assistant Fire Chief Inman involved in car accident



Fire Chief (FC) Larry Robeson and Assistant Fire Chief (AFC) Dave Inman were on their way back from Hunstville, Alabama this morning with a City vehicle they purchased for the Toledo Fire Department and were hit at a high rate of speed from another vehicle causing their truck to roll several times.


FC Robeson and AFC Inman sustained multiple injuries and the outcome is optimistic.


Our thoughts are with them and their families for a full recovery. Both families request their privacy be respected at this time and we want to extend condolences to the families of the occupants of the other vehicle. We thank you for your support and will continue to update as more information comes in.


Information from: the city of Toledo


News story fromWHNT 19 News - Alabama


2 dead, 2 injured in Limestone/Madison County Wreck


UPDATE: HEMSI spokesman Don Webster confirmed two of the victims in the wreck have died.


LIMESTONE/MADISON COUNTY, Ala. – Paramedics were called to a wreck on the Limestone-Madison county line Saturday morning.

According to a tweet from ALGO, the wreck occurred on Alabama Highway 53 at Pulaski Pike.

HEMSI spokesman Don Webster said three HEMSI ambulances, a supervisor, and the rescue squad were dispatched for a total of four patients.

Webster further stated two of the patients were in critical condition with two seriously injured.

HEMSI and Athens-Limestone EMS each took two of the four patients to the hospital.




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