Baltimore City Fire Department Engine 36 and Engine 14 collided at the intersection of Edmonson Avenue and North Fulton Avenue while responding to the report of a fire around 12:45 PM.
Eight firefighters are being checked out. Four have been taken to the R. Adams Cowley Shock Trauma Center. At least one of the injuries is said to be serious.
The engines were responding on the first alarm to a vacant house fire at 1223 Mosher Street. That fire went to two-alarms.
4 members were transported to Shock Trauma by ALS Medic (everyone in the front seats). The other 4 members were brought into the regular ER as a precaution-and all Firefighters are going to be ok. Both engines sustained severe damage-additional updates to follow on our home page.
FireSceneAudio.com has posted the radio traffic that focuses more on the fire.
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