A firefighter was transported to a local hospital with non-life threatening injuries after a fire pumper truck overturned Friday.
The incident happened in south Dallas near West Ledbetter Drive and Parkwood Drive. The fire truck rolled over onto its side while on the way to a fire, according to Dallas Fire-Rescue.
The firefighter was taken to a local hospital in stable condition and was later released, according to WFAA reporter Demond Fernandez. There was no other information immediately available.
A typical Dallas pumper truck
A Dallas firefighter was injured when a pumper rolled over Friday night.
The apparatus was responding to a structure fire when the crash occurred near West Ledbetter and Parkwood around 7:30, according to a Dallas Fire Rescue official.
A photo posted on WFAA.com shows that the pumper came to rest on the driver's side on the shoulder of the road.
The firefighter suffered non-life threatening injuries and is listed in stable condition.
Quite a few accidents like that occur are committed by speeding fire trucks, fire engines, and responding firefighters on their private vehicles. They have killed quite a few people and caused a lot of property damage. Always stay clear of the fire trucks, as they will not always pay attention to other drivers on the road.