The incident occurred when a fire engine with lights and sirens on responding to a medical call struck a car on its passenger side and pushed it into a light pole, according to a report from utsandiego.com (http://bit.ly/17q7T8k).
The fire truck continued through the intersection where the collision occurred, clipped a utility box, and ended up on the sidewalk.
A female in the car's passenger side was killed, while the driver was injured and transported to an area medical facility.
An ambulance that was following the truck continued to the emergency scene while the firefighters, who were not hurt, tended to the victims.
Read additional details at http://bit.ly/17q7T8k.
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