4 Firefighters, Civilian Injured as Fire Truck Crashes into Building in Philadelphia (PA)

Engine 29 was responding to a house fire and had its lights and sirens going when the accident occurred.

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A fire truck crashed into a building on West Girard Avenue and North 7th Street in North Philadelphia (PA) Thursday around 4 p.m., reports FOX29Philly.com, injuring four firefighters and a civilian.

Engine 29 was responding to a house fire at Front and Dauphin and had its lights and sirens going when the accident occurred.

FOX 29 reports the building is for sale and was vacant at the time of the crash. Fire officials are waiting word as to whether or not the building is safe enough to begin removing the engine without collapse.

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