The San Francisco Fire Department suspended two assistant chiefs in connection with a crash last summer involving a firefighter who was accused of driving a fire truck while drunk, according to a San Francisco newspaper.
A former San Francisco firefighter pleaded not guilty this morning to DUI charges that came down from a grand jury indictment for a 2013 crash between his fire truck and a motorcycle.
Michael Quinn, 43, did not enter a plea Wednesday morning on three felony charges that include DUI causing injury and driving a commercial motor vehicle with a blood alcohol content of .04 percent or higher.
After months of legal wrangling, a San Francisco Grand Jury has formally indicted a former firefighter on three felony drunk driving charges stemming from an incident last summer.
Five San Francisco firefighters—including two assistant chiefs—await a decision on whether or not they’ll be suspended in connection with a traffic incident this past June in the SoMa area involving a ladder truck that left a motorcyclist seriously hurt.
Investigators want to know where firefighter Michael Quinn went for 90 minutes after he collided with a motocyclist.
Prosecutors say no charges will be filed for now against a San Francisco firefighter who was arrested on suspicion of DUI last weekend.
An on-duty San Francisco firefighter was arrested on suspicion of DUI and leaving the scene of a collision that occurred while he was driving a fire truck late Saturday night, police said on Monday.