Imagine the flow of car into the Orlando fire engine in the early Sunday of Sunday on the 4th to help a vehicle that was led, according to the department.
The accident came about 2:40 a.m. near Orange Blossom Trail. Four of the fire drivers inside the local hospital truck were built to monitor them, the department said.
The firefighters put the driver and the passenger off the car at a speed and were also removed to a local hospital. His condition is not unknown.
"In fact, there is no death from this accident," wrote the section on its Facebook page. "Take it soft. Moving over. The law is."
The incident was on Sunday twice in less than two months that an accident caused a fire truck responding to an accident.
On December 21, fire fighting was injured when the vehicle was parked on the State Road 408.
The fire department said that its standard practice for cross-road parking on the road, which creates a "20-ton road", protects the first responders from serious or fatal injuries.
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