[Ed. – He also had a suspended license but why quibble over trifles?]
Two D.C. firefighters were arrested within 24 hours for traffic incidents. The arrests are yet another blow to a department already under intense scrutiny.
D.C. fire officials are not commenting about either arrest except to say both firefighters are on administrative leave.
One of the men was arrested around 4 a.m. Wednesday while on duty and driving a city ambulance — Medic 33.
Sources told FOX 5 firefighter James Bunn is no stranger to the court system. He had been arrested along Martin Luther King Jr. Avenue in Southeast D.C. 15 months ago in his personal car after driving through a red light in front of Saint Elizabeth’s. Bunn was charged with DUI.
Just before dawn Wednesday morning, the same arresting officer from D.C. police couldn’t believe his eyes when he saw Bunn behind the wheel of an ambulance at United Medical Center in Southeast.