Tuesday, June 05, 2007


Firefighter helping driver is attacked in Charlestown

It was late Sunday when the tractor-trailer pulled up to Charlestown's Sullivan Square fire station, a routine stop for truck drivers who get lost trying to navigate the nearby rotary.
Lieutenant Chris Corwin and Firefighter Daniel Donahoe gave the driver directions and started helping him back up the 18-wheeler when a sedan tried to sneak around the rear of the truck. When Corwin asked the driver to wait, the driver started swearing, telling Corwin he would run him over if he did not move, Corwin said.
Then, four men wearing New York Yankees caps, all believed to be in their 20s, rushed out of the car and began beating Corwin, hitting him with a club and kicking him, Corwin and Donahoe said. Corwin received at least 14 stitches. He had a broken eye socket and bruises. He spent the night at Massachusetts General Hospital

I read about this over at No Looking Backwards where Bruce had this to say.

All I have to say is WTF?


Yeah Him said...

What is it with some of these fans? They go good and bad from all cities, but all the same, why can't people just do nice things or stay the hell away?

SK said...

Considering what some of my family members do for a living, I'm just gonna ditto your WTF?!?