The vehicle went off the road and struck a support pillar, according to Maumee police.
The person’s name has yet to be released.
Chapter was eventually found responsible for hazing its new members, and for interfering in the investigation.
The firefighter sustained minor injuries and has returned to work, according to the fire department.
Sylvania Area Community Improvement Corporation spent almost $400 for alcohol during annual meetings.
No injuries were reported.
Several incidents were reported Monday.
Officials report five overdoses in a week, killing three.
Twenty-six students from the Toledo Early College High School program participated as victims.
Commissioners approve resolution at Tuesday meeting.