A fire engine responding to an emergency call slammed into a car in Pasadena over the weekend, injuring four people.
CBS reports that the incident happened Saturday night at around 11:15 p.m., when Pasadena Fire Department Engine No. 32 -- “code three, with red lights and siren,” according to a battalion chief -- was headed southbound on Craig Avenue through the Corson Street intersection when it was broadsided by an underage driver in a Chevy Malibu.
Two passengers in the Malibu -- including the 15-year-old driver behind the wheel -- and two firefighters suffered moderate injuries, authorities said. The Pasadena Star-News reports that the two young people in the Malibu suffered the more serious injuries, including broken bones, but they were not life-threatening.
Engine 32 was disabled and had to be towed away, authorities said.