Ore. fire engine, police vehicles struck twice at crash scene
Two semi-trucks collided with the emergency vehicles, one of which fled the scene
By Laura French
KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. — Two semi-trucks collided with emergency vehicles at a crash scene on Saturday morning, one of which fled the scene.
The first semi-truck collided with a Klamath County Fire District 1 engine and a Klamath Falls City Police patrol vehicle that were parked at the scene of an earlier crash, according to Klamath Falls News. Officials said the semi driver failed to stop after the collision.
The second semi-truck hit the fire engine and all three police patrol vehicles parked at the scene. The driver of the second semi remained at the scene following the crash.
Officials reported no injuries to first responders in either crash.
The driver who fled had not yet been located as of Saturday night, according to the Herald and News. The driver who remained at the scene was issued a citation.
Road conditions were reportedly icy at the time of the collisions.