Two SAFD firefighters suspended after fleeing crash

SAN ANTONIO, TX – Two San Antonio firefighters were given lengthy suspensions following an investigation which found they had fled the scene of a December 2019 car accident in north Bexar County, KSAT reports. Both firefighters had originally been terminated but have since been reinstated.

One of the firefighters, Daniel Drury, is also facing a charge of felony retaliation, after he told an arresting officer that he would “kick his [expletive]” had the officer not been armed.

Drury was ultimately given a 30-day suspension for his role in the incident, which took place in the 22000 block of Carriage Bluff late last year. Monica Trevino received a 16-day suspension, after admitting that her vehicle had hit two parked cars and she had failed to report the incident to the police.

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