What to Know
- Eleven New York City firefighters were taken to hospitals and one other person was injured after two fire trucks collided in Brooklyn
- Any injury was minor, according to a spokesman for Fire Department of the City of New York
- An investigation is ongoing
Nearly a dozen FDNY firefighters were taken to hospitals and a civilian was hurt after two fire trucks collided while responding to a call in Brooklyn on Tuesday night, officials said.
Eleven firefighters were transported to hospitals as a precaution after the fire engine and ladder truck collided just before 10 p.m. in Crown Heights. Any injury was minor, according to a FDNY spokesperson Michael Parrella.
The civilian who was injured was thought to have been a pedestrian with injuries listed as minor, the NYPD said.
An investigation is ongoing.