- Associated Press - Thursday, November 5, 2015

CEDAR FALLS, Iowa (AP) - Authorities say a fire truck that was responding to a medical emergency was damaged when it collided with a vehicle in Cedar Falls.

The Cedar Falls Fire Department says the fire truck had its emergency lights on and its siren activated Thursday when it collided with a second vehicle that had pulled away from a stop sign.

The fire truck received about $4,000 in damages to its front. The second vehicle was towed from the scene.

No injuries were reported. The driver of the second vehicle was issued a citation on suspicion of failing to yield at a stop sign.

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