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Adult male attacked AFRD Engine 6 on Saturday night in Downtown Atlanta. Causing damage to the windshield. Engine had to be taken out of service for the remainder of the shift. No Firefighters were injured during the incident.

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Adult male attacked AFRD Engine 6 on Saturday night in Downtown Atlanta. Causing damage to the windshield. Engine had to be taken out of service for the remainder of the shift. No Firefighters were injured during the incident. City of Atlanta Government AtlantaImage attachmentImage attachment

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Atlanta has become a lawless city. Our first responders deserve better.

That bast...! That engine and crew are the same ones that will come to save his worthless life when he’s in trouble. Unforgivable and unbelievable

So glad my husband is retired from AFD he has filled in at that station.

I do hope that the perp was caught and made to pay for the damage.

Keisha Lance Bottomfeeder needs to resign. This crap needs to stop

Horrible!

Horrible.

That’s awful!!

Horrible

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Was this associated with protests or unrelated? This photo is circulating on Facebook - is it real or fake news?

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Thank you! Thank you for all that you’re doing!

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