Osceola County fire truck responding to alarm struck by vehicle, officials say
OSCEOLA COUNTY, Fla. - Engine 65 exited Station 64 to respond to a fire alarm call at 10:30 a.m. Saturday morning. The engine activated the traffic signal in front of the station to alert drivers to come to a stop, according to Osceola County Fire Rescue.
Officials say a vehicle drove around stopped traffic on Pleasant Hill Road and collided with the fire truck.
No firefighters were seriously injured, according to the fire department.
"Our crews coordinated w the @orlandohealth Air Care Team for a trauma transport for a vehicle occupant," Osceola County Fire Rescue said in a tweet.
The department said Florida Highway Patrol will conduct an investigation.