A York Area United Fire and Rescue car was heavily shop-worn in a pile-up on Interstate 83 on Monday morning.
The dialect posted on a Facebook page that a authority car was parked on a side of Interstate 83 with a lights and sirens activated when it was strike Monday, Jul 8.
YAUFR Chief Dan Hoff pronounced crews were streamer to a southbound pile-up when they were rerouted to a pile-up nearby mile pen 25 on I-83 northbound.
Hoff pronounced a corps arch exited a car and was coming a state guard on a side of a widespread when a tractor-trailer struck a authority vehicle.
The tractor-trailer motorist was not injured, according to a chief.
Photos expelled by a dialect on Facebook uncover a back of a car deformed from a crash.
“I’m going to assume that it’s a sum loss,” Hoff said, adding that a car needs to be appraised first.
The pile-up occurred about a mile north of Exit 24, Emigsville, about 9:10 a.m. Monday, Jul 8, according to PennDOT’s trade website, 511pa.com.
Hoff pronounced additional information would have to be performed from state police, that had not expelled information by 12:30 p.m. Monday.