POLK COUNTY, Fla. – Four members of the Polk County Fire Rescue were injured after their ambulance was involved in a “single-vehicle” crash, according to fire officials.
According to a social media post by PCFR, the crash happened at around midnight on Saturday, but the location wasn’t given.
Four members of the crew were taken to a local hospital, officials said, but no update was provided on their condition.
A photograph on the social media post shows an ambulance with heavy front-end damage parked in front of a wall with a large portion of it missing.
At approximately midnight on August 12, a Polk County Fire Rescue ambulance was involved in a single-vehicle accident.— Polk Fire Rescue (@PolkFire) August 12, 2023
Four members of PCFR were transported to a local medical facility. pic.twitter.com/CLyDGeCuQM
News 6 reached out to Polk fire officials and the Florida Highway Patrol for more information.
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