2 Salt Lake City FFs injured after car strikes apparatus
The collision occurred right in front of the fire station
By Laura French
SALT LAKE CITY — Two Salt Lake City firefighters were injured after a car struck a fire apparatus on Monday.
Salt Lake City Fire Department officials said the collision occurred right outside the fire station. The apparatus was sitting on the apron at the station when it was struck.
Two firefighters were transported to the hospital with minor injuries, officials said. The driver of the other vehicle was transported by family members; their condition was not reported.
One of our fire engines was struck by a private vehicle today. The engine was sitting on the apron at the fire station when the accident occurred. Two firefighters were transported to a local hospital with minor injuries. The driver of the vehicle was transported by family. pic.twitter.com/oj9Peoicsr— Salt Lake City Fire Department (@slcfire) March 9, 2021