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Volunteer Firefighter Facing Some Trouble After Facebook Comment About Saving Black People

A firefighter in Franklin Township, Ohio was suspended after making a blatantly racist remark via Facebook.

According to reports from  WHIO 7, Tyler Roysdon was placed on indefinite suspension by the Franklin County Fire Department after his employer was alerted to a recent post of his.

In the post, which has since been deleted, the 20-year-old Roysdon wrote:

“One dog is more important than a million n*****s.”

When Fire Chief Steve Bishop became aware of Roysdon’s comment, he demanded it be taken down immediately.

However, it wasn’t taken down before someone took a screenshot of the post:

After the news of Roysdon’s post, many of the town’s residents expressed outrage with the comment:

Township Administrator Traci Stiviers stated, according to New York Daily News:

“This is not acceptable behavior for a township employee. As a rule, all employees are given a closed-door disciplinary hearing that gives them a chance to provide witnesses or evidence providing their innocence.”

Meanwhile, Board of Trustees President Brian Morris told WHIO 7 he was “disgusted” by the post, stating “there is no reason” for such a comment.

In an attempt to separate Roysdon’s views from those of the department, Morris added:

“I want people to realize this is only one man’s comment. We have a great group of men (firefighters) and disgusting comments from one individual does not represent the entire fire department.”