Farmersville, Texas: Driver Drinking Hot Coffee Caused Fire Truck Crash into DQ

Farmersville, Texas: Driver Drinking Hot Coffee Caused Fire Truck Crash into DQ

Officials said a driver caught off guard by hot coffee he was drinking caused a fire truck to crash into a Farmersville Dairy Queen.

The crash happened at the location on Highway 380 on Jan. 20 about 11:30 a.m. and injured three people. The Greenville fire truck was being returned to the city by an employee from Siddons-Martin, a dealer and service center in Denton.

Farmersville police said an investigation was conducted by Siddons-Martin, Dairy Queen and the City of Greenville into what happened and found no mechanical issues with the fire engine.

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