When you are a firefighter and standing next to a burning house, then it's usually a good idea to try to extinguish the fire. As soon as possible.
But even if a house stood in the flame new year's eve, so had a group of firefighters from the fire department in the american city of Detroit still have enough time to get a picture taken.
It writes The Detroit News.
Subsequently, the image shared on the Facebook page the Detroit Fire Incidents, and it has now created problems for the men in the picture.
Brandkommisær at Detroit Four, Eric Jones, will provide to the local media that the case will be investigated and will have consequences for the parties involved.
- 99% of all men and women, arriving to a fire as the know what to to. Behind every brand is a shattered family and the home-owner, says Eric Jones to The Detroit News.
According to the vicebrandkommisær, Dave Fornell, have the men in the picture, they explained that they took the picture, because they celebrated a colleague, who had his last guard, before he had to retire.
Anyway, call Dave Fornell the image of a cruel action.
According to the local journalist Victor Williams burned the house subsequently down to the ground. Fortunately, it was empty.
Kodak moment leads to controversy! A Detroit fire crew is now in hot water after taking this photo of a fireman’s retirement. The vacant home eventually burned to the ground. I'll have reaction from people nearby in about 30 mins on @Local4News pic.twitter.com/C2ObyVy6s4— VICTOR WILLIAMS (@NewsWithVictor) January 1, 2020