Oklahoma firefighters injured in accident involving fire truck

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LOGAN COUNTY, Okla. – Two firefighters were injured early Wednesday morning when the fire engine they were riding in rolled over on an Oklahoma highway.

Just after 1 a.m., firefighters were called to a house fire in Coyle after a police officer noticed the flames and called for help.

The Guthrie News Page reports that the officer was able to get four people out of the home, but had no way of fighting the blaze.

While heading to the fire, the newspaper reports that a Meridian fire engine rolled over near Hwy 105 between Choctaw and Indian Meridian Rd.

Credit: The Guthrie News Page
Credit: The Guthrie News Page

Two firefighters were ejected in the crash and had to be rushed to nearby hospitals. Fortunately, they were awake and alert.

Credit: The Guthrie News Page
Credit: The Guthrie News Page

Now, investigators are looking into the blaze to determine whether the fire was started intentionally.

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