EMS companies sue NW Houston scrap yard where stolen ambulances were found
HOUSTON (KTRK) -- Local businessmen who say dozens of their ambulances were stolen are now suing the scrap yard that bought and crushed some of those emergency vehicles
We first told brought you this story last week when Houston police found about a dozen of the trucks at Texas Port Recycling in northwest Houston.
Texas Port Recycling told us it bought the ambulances from a company with state-issued scrap metal licenses and proper paperwork.
A lawyer for Baytex EMS, Life Care EMS, and Greater Houston EMS Inc. -- whose ambulances were stolen -- just filed a lawsuit against Texas Port Recycling, and a judge has ordered the scrap yard to not crush any more of the ambulances until the case is resolved.
Take ABC13 with you!
Download our free apps for iPhone, iPad, Android and Blackberry devices
- Police: W. Houston apartment fire was no accident
- I-5 bridge collapse caused by oversize load 35 min ago
- Innocent mom killed, kids injured at end of chase
- Boy Scouts to allow openly gay Scouts in its ranks
- Sketch of suspect in west Houston sexual assault released
- UK fighter jet scrambled to divert civilian plane 41 min ago
- JJ Watt 'MegaWatt' shoes will soon hit store shelves
- 13 Things to Know for Friday
- Tomball man accused of setting mom's car on fire
- Party big...and save big too!
- Amanda Bynes arrested over bong
- Photos: Most Wanted FBI Fugitives
- otrc: Brad Pitt screens 'World War Z'
- abcnews: Bars accused of serving rubbing alcohol
abc13.com News Links
Most Viewed StoriesMost Viewed VideoMost Viewed Photos