On the heels of what could have been an even worse tragedy, Victor (MT) Fire and EMS has received offers for trucks to use after its was totaled over the weekend, reports nbcmontana.com.
Officials say every department in the valley has reached out and offered apparatus for Victor to use. In addition, neighboring departments have even offered personnel for help.
It all started as a truck traveling through smoke and fog in an emergency scene on Highway 93 Saturday morning hit and totaled the Victor structure engine.
Nobody was killed, though four people—including two firefighters—were taken to the hospital. Two passengers in the truck suffered unknown injuries and a male and female firefighter had minor injuries—all were treated and released.
Officials say the driver was traveling too fast for conditions.