A major crash involving a Fire Department truck and a car sent at least one person to the hospital Wednesday in Charlotte.
The crash occurred at West Boulevard and South Tryon Street in the center of the intersection, and caused major delays for motorists. Officials say the emergency vehicle entered the intersection with lights and sirens at the time of the collision.
One person was taken to a nearby hospital for treatment of injuries, the extent of which are unknown.
According to officials, none of the firefighters were injured in the crash.
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