Fla. chief puts stop to stickers on cruisers

Stickers created by the city's firefighters somehow ended up on the cruisers


News-Journal

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. — A couple of bumper stickers created by the city's firefighters' union that take a potshot at the countywide ambulance service ended up on police patrol cars -- much to the consternation of top police brass.

No one knows how the bumper stickers -- which read "A firefighter saved my life and EVAC billed me" -- wound up pasted on the rear bumpers of the cruisers, both Police Chief Mike Chitwood and Fire Chief Gary Hughes said Tuesday.

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