Still shot taken from dash cam video of what Tampa local Eric Campbell claims is an unmarked, City of Tampa vehicle being driven by firefighter Henry Williams at over 100 miles an hour.
Tampa, Florida -- We have an update on our 10 Investigates story about an off-duty Tampa firefighter caught on video going 102 miles an hour in a 50 mile an hour zone.
Story: 10 Investigates firefighter caught on video driving 102 mph
Although Tampa Fire Chief Tom Forward told us the incident was un-becoming a firefighter and dumb, the man driving the car, Henry Williams, received a slap on the hand.
Williams, who is the acting public information officer for the department, was punished with a written reprimand that went into his file.