Short version, helicopter flips near the pier, asst. chief responds, is on the radio, says he wasn’t on duty, hits a car at the scene, later discovered at his truck, in his driveway, blows a .14.
What? It’s pretty bad when the folks doing the rescues probably need a rescue themselves! Geesh!
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