Woman Pried Out of SUV After Crash with Fire Rescue Vehicle
The people in the SUV – two adults and a baby – were taken to the hospital, Tampa police say.
TAMPA – A woman had to be extricated from an SUV after it was involved in a crash Wednesday (April 29) with a fire rescue vehicle, according to the Tampa Police Department.
Three people in the SUV – the woman, a man and a baby – were taken to St. Joseph’s Hospital in stable condition. No fire rescue employees were injured.
Details about the crash itself were limited.
Police said it happened about 10:30 pm A Tampa Fire Rescue unit was traveling east on Dr. MLK Jr. Boulevard near Tampa Street when it crashed into an SUV carrying a driver and two other passengers. The fire rescue vehicle was not carrying a patient and was not running emergency at the time.
The SUV rolled over on impact. All three in the vehicle were using proper restraints.
After the crash, the driver, a man, got out and got the baby out. The woman passenger had to be extricated from the SUV.
The investigation is ongoing.
This story will be updated as details become available.
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