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December 05, 2012

Calif. firefighters home after highway crash

After being hit by an out of control car, the firefighters remain in serious but stable condition

Mercury News

ORINDA, Calif. — Three firefighters involved in a crash on state Highway 24 on Sunday are home from the hospital and recovering from their injuries, Moraga Orinda Fire Chief Randy Bradley said Tuesday.

Around 9:25 a.m. Sunday, firefighters responded to a non-injury report of a blue Chevrolet S-10 colliding with the concrete center divider on eastbound Highway 24 just past Wilder Road in Orinda, fire officials said.

The crash triggered a second crash between a tan Toyota Corolla and a silver Honda Civic, which ended with the Civic being pushed into the Chevrolet. The Corolla stopped on the right shoulder of the freeway, according to CHP Sgt. Scott Siria.

Full story: Orinda firefighters injured in crash released from hospital

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