A crash involving an Orlando Fire Rescue vehicle left one person dead and two others injured early Friday morning, officials said.
The rescue vehicle and a car collided around 2:45 a.m., Orlando police Lt. Charles Crosby told news outlets.
A passenger in the car died at the scene, and two occupants were seriously injured, according to Crosby.
The rescue vehicle left the roadway and hit an electric pole and a building, officials said.
The firefighters were not seriously injured but were taken to a hospital for evaluation, news outlets reported.
An investigation is continuing. No additional details were immediately available.