Houston traffic: Houston Fire Department engine struck on South Loop 610

HOUSTON, Texas (KTRK) — A crash including a Houston Fire Department fire truck Saturday early morning has actually obstructed part of South Loop 610.

It took place near MLK Boulevard around 11 a.m.

It wasn’t clear exactly what took place, however the crash had the whole eastbound lanes obstructed.

Fire teams were currently on another call when the auto accident took place.

Someone was transferred to a medical facility in important condition. Firemens might be seen on video working to pull somebody from the automobile included.

No firemens were hurt, according to Houston fire chief Sam Pena.

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