Ex-Saginaw Firefighter Who Has Dyslexia Says He Was Fired For Failed Tests On City Street Names

SAGINAW, Mich. (WJRT) – A former Saginaw firefighter is suing the city, claiming he was fired because of his disability, which gave him trouble memorizing street names.

His disability is dyslexia, which is a learning disorder that involves difficulty reading.

The Saginaw Fire Department has a test on the names of the city streets, so firefighters know how to quickly get to a fire.

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