Texas Fire Engine Struck While Blocking for Interstate Crash

No first responders or patients were injured when a pickup truck hit a Georgetown (TX) apparatus.
(Georgetown Texas Fire Department photo, Facebook)

Georgetown fire engine hit at crash scene on I-35

Fire Apparatus & Emergency Equipment

GEORGETOWN, Texas – KXXV reports that a Georgetown fire engine was struck while on the scene of a crash on I-35 Tuesday evening.

In a Facebook post the Georgetown Fire Department stated that firefighters responded to a crash on I-35 at 9:47 p.m.

Engine 2 was positioned to block the scene while crews worked. Shortly after, Engine 2 was struck by a pickup truck.

No first responders or patients were injured.

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