"A generation of neglect by city shows in the declining HFD fleet and facilities," they wrote in the tweet.
No one was injured when the ceiling gave way and landed on top of an ambulance.
"It may have been because there was an undetected leak there," Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner said. "Work has already started to make those repairs."
Mayor @SylvesterTurner is years behind in HFD replacements/maintenance. Firefighters at Station 49 are grateful no one was injured when the ceiling collapsed today. A generation of neglect by city shows in the declining HFD fleet and facilities. City Hall phone # is 713.837.0311. pic.twitter.com/rIXF9mVgs8— Houston Firefighters (@FirefightersHOU) August 29, 2020