Watch: IndyCar driver drives fire truck to raise awareness for organ donation
Pippa Mann drove a tiller truck to encourage people to sign up to become organ donors
By FireRescue1 Staff
CARMEL, Ind. — An IndyCar driver got behind the wheel of a fire truck to help raise awareness for organ donation.
WISH TV reported that Pippa Mann drove a Carmel Fire Department tiller truck to encourage people to sign up to become organ donors.
Mann, who is the spokesperson for Donate Life Indiana, said driving the rig was fun on Twitter.
"Thank you Carmel Fire Department for a fun afternoon with Donate Life Indiana, and for letting me drive your fire ladder … I think I'm best sticking to an Indy Car," she wrote.
You can watch the video below.
Thank you @CarmelFireDept for a fun afternoon with @DLIndiana, and for letting me drive your fire ladder... I think I’m best sticking to an @IndyCar... ?? #IndyCar #Indy500 #DonateLife #ThisIsMay pic.twitter.com/NNvSV02k3a— Pippa Mann (@PippaMann) May 9, 2018
Pippa Mann drives CFD's tiller
Donate Life Indiana, professional race car driver Pippa Mann, and Carmel Fire Department came together to raise awareness and encourage people to sign up to become organ donors by letting Pippa Mann drive CFD’s Seagrave Fire Apparatus tiller truck! Visit DonateLifeIndiana.org for additional information. Donate Life America Dale Coyne Racing ESPN IndyCar Series City of Carmel, Indiana Government Indianapolis Motor Speedway Northview Church SportsCenter #sctop10Posted by Carmel Fire Department on Thursday, May 10, 2018
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