Auto Accident In Pennsylvania Injures Nine Firefighters
March 24, 2009
Two fire trucks were responding to a fire alarm on Thursday when they collided with each other and caused the Center City auto accident, according to CBS3 CW.
Engine 43 and Ladder 9 crashed into each other at the intersection of 8th and Lombard Streets and caused the Center City car accident.
An injured lieutenant was extracted from one of the trucks at the scene of the auto accident in Pennsylvania. There were nine firefighters who suffered injuries as a result of the accident.
Seven of the nine injured firefighters were treated for minor injuries suffered in the Center City auto accident. Two firefighters remain at the hospital.
The Center City auto accident lawyers at LundyLaw can help if you were injured in a Pennsylvania car accident.