The city’s top fire official has maintained the fleet “is up to snuff,” despite persistent problems that endanger residents.
A mock crash landing at Detroit’s city airport was nothing short of a disaster Tuesday, raising serious questions about the city’s preparedness for a real catastrophe.
We reviewed dispatch calls and 911 records to get a clearer picture of the floods and their impact on metro Detroit.
As the 46-year-old man awoke from his slumber, he was about to be crushed by the garbage truck’s compactor.
It’s unclear how many people were injured or killed in the fire, but authorities at the scene said up to 10 people are still missing.