Crown Victoria police package gets fire-supression system. TRAVERSE CITY, MI – Ford Motor Co. is expected to announce today that it is making a fire suppression system available on its beleaguered Crown Victoria Police Interceptor (P.I.). The system reportedly will deploy foam retardant if a crash introduces risk of fire. More than a dozen U.S. police officers have been killed by fires ignited when violent collisions breached the fuel tanks of their police cruisers. But Ford ...

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