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Car Crashes Into Volunteer Fire Engine In Pawnee Co. Flash Floods

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Drivers crashed on the Cimarron Turnpike Wednesday night. Drivers crashed on the Cimarron Turnpike Wednesday night.
Jennings Fire Department posted this photo of flooding on 5750 Road. Jennings Fire Department posted this photo of flooding on 5750 Road.
PAWNEE COUNTY, Oklahoma -

Some Pawnee County firefighters had a close call while working a wreck during Wednesday night's flooding rainfall. Firefighters from the Jennings Rural Fire Department tell us they were working a wreck on the Cimarron Turnpike that was caused by flooding when another car failed to stop in time.

That vehicle crashed into a North 48 Fire Department engine that was blocking the original accident scene.

"It saved about seven of us from getting hurt," a firefighter told News On 6.

10/5/2017 Related Story: Pawnee County Surveys Flooding Rain Damage

Firefighters responded during the flash flooding as Pawnee County roads were under water - and some that were washed out. Jennings took a photo of 5750 Road about a mile and a half west of Terlton that was closed by flooding.

North 48 Fire Department is located in Terlton.

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