Nancy Run Fire Company (PA) Fire Apparatus Hit at Accident Scene

A fire truck from a Lehigh Valley fire company at an accident scene was damaged, reports LehighValleyNews.com.

The fire department posted to Facebook, “Bethlehem Township companies were dispatched to Route 22 E for a motor vehicle accident with injuries. Caller reported a tractor trailer vs. a car. All injuries were minor. As per our standard operating procedure, Engine 1412 took a blocking position in the right lane to protect our responders and the rest of the scene. Unfortunately, right before companies were going to clear the scene, a vehicle struck Engine 1412. No injuries occured to our personnel or the driver of the personal vehicle. We would like to remind the public of Pennsylvania’s move over law.”

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