Motorist Badly Hurt in Crash with Houston (TX) Fire Engine

A motorist was critically injured when it struck a Houston (TX) Fire Department engine while it was blocking a previous crash scene on Saturday morning.

According to television station ABC13, the crash happened on MLK Boulevard and the crash blocked the entire eastbound lanes.

In a video recorded of the scene, firefighters could be scene extricating a person from the car that hit the fire engine, the television station reported. The fire crews were already on the scene of a previous crash when the car hit the truck. No firefighters were hurt in the crash, the station reported.

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