Alpha County, PA – Three people were injured after a two-vehicle accident involving an Alpha fire truck on December 6, 2015.
According to reports, a vehicle was traveling along Interstate 99 when the driver collided into the back of a fire truck.
Two adults in the vehicle sustained serious injuries as a result of the collision. They were transported to Mount Nittany Medical Center before being taken to the trauma center at UPMC Altoona for treatment.
A three-year-old child in the car sustained unknown injuries in the accident.
No other injuries were reported.
Police are investigating the accident. Reports claim icy road conditions and foggy weather may have contributed to causing the accident.
No charges have been filed at this time.
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