DALLAS (CBSDFW.COM) – A Dallas Fire-Rescue firefighter/paramedic is expected to make a full recovery after being involved in a weekend ambulance crash that sent him and his partner to the hospital; but resulted in the death of the driver who struck them.
The collision, which occurred on the passenger side of the rescue unit, left Officer Nicholas Granados, 29, with a collapsed lung, a fractured rib and multiple lacerations, contusions and abrasions over multiple areas of his body, Dallas Fire-Rescue explained in a news release Monday.
“Despite the challenging road ahead, he is thankful to be in the company of his immediate family, friends and loved ones to help him along. He also wishes to thank everyone who has reached out to him with their will-wishes, thoughts and prayers,” Dallas Fire-Rescue said in a statment.
Original published: 2019-02-11 15:52:44 Read the full Dallas News here
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