Man Dies After Striking Fire Truck During Emergency in Hollywood Area

According to Police, around 9:55 p.m. Dec. 11, Brian Huntley was traveling westbound on Stirling Road, when he struck a City of Hollywood Pierce fire truck in emergency mode. Huntley was transported to Memorial Regional Hospital, by Hollywood Fire Rescue, where he was pronounced dead. 

DANIA BEACH, FL – Broward Sheriff’s Office traffic homicide detectives are investigating a car crash that left a Pembroke Pines man dead Wednesday evening. 

According to Police, around 9:55 p.m. Dec. 11, Brian Huntley was traveling westbound in the right thru lane on Stirling Road, approaching the intersection at the I-95 northbound entrance ramp in Dania Beach when a 2004 City of Hollywood Pierce fire truck was traveling eastbound on Stirling Road, in emergency mode, intending to turn north across the westbound lanes to enter the northbound I-95 ramp, when it was struck by Huntley’s vehicle. 

Huntley’s vehicle, a 1991 Honda Accord, collided with the right side of the fire truck near the rear wheel assembly in a T-bone type crash. The occupants of the fire truck, Hollywood firefighters, provided medical aid to Huntley who was experiencing “chest pains.” Huntley was transported to Memorial Regional Hospital, by Hollywood Fire Rescue, where he was pronounced dead. 

The traffic homicide investigation is ongoing. 


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