A Dallas fire truck was involved in a crash Thursday morning while responding to a call for help, officials say.
Dallas Fire-Rescue officials said the fire truck was responding to a call about a structure fire at about 11 a.m. when the driver slowed down due to a red light.
As the fire truck driver began to move through the intersection of Jim Miller Road and R.L. Thornton, the truck was struck by the driver of a Chevrolet pickup truck who, despite having a green light, failed to yield the right of way to the emergency vehicle.
The firetruck then collided with a Kia sedan stopped at the red light. The collision pushed the Kia across three lanes of traffic until it came to rest between a telephone pole and the fire truck.
Two firefighters were transported to hospitals as a precaution, according to officials, and the firefighters were later released.
The driver of another vehicle was transported to a hospital with injuries that authorities said were not life threatening.
Authorities said the fire truck's engine caught fire in the crash, but it was quickly extinguished.
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