NCFPD thankful despite busy Thanksgiving with medical emergencies, accidents and car fires

This car sits on the SR 76 offramp after catching fire. Valley News/NCFPD photo
In addition to a two-vehicle car accident and fire that has I-15 southbound freeway lanes closed (see related story), there were several other medical emergencies and accidents that kept NCFPD first responders busy this Thanksgiving. Despite these incidents, NCFPD PIO John Choi said they are thankful for community vigilance and that the fires were contained to vehicles. There was a solo vehicle fire that occurred at about 6 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 25, on the I-15 northbound offramp of SR 76. NCFPD crews arrived on the scene to find the vehicle pulled to the right-hand side and on fire. Earlier that day, NCFPD crews assisted a woman who got out of her car, slipped and was run over by her own vehicle. She was transported by air to Palomar Medical Center with life-threatening injuries. W
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