A fire truck heading to a call on Curry Ford Road crashed during rush hour.
Three people are recovering from their injuries, WESH 2 News has learned.
“I thought it was the end of my life. I thought my life was over,” said Brenda Gauvey, crash victim.
The Orlando fire truck ended up in the median.
“I’m very upset,” Gauvey said.
Gauvey received a dent and a scratch on her car and two other SUVs were damaged, with debris scattered across Curry Ford Road.
The Orlando Fire Department told WESH 2 News the fire truck was headed to a call when it collided with at least one of the vehicles.
At least three people were hospitalized with head and neck injuries, according to fire officials.
“I could see it coming like this. I was like this. Bracing myself,” Gauvey said.
Gauvey said she was side-swiped by the fire truck after she saw it hit the other two vehicles.
“The fire truck was going fast. I don’t know how fast, but he was going. And he was barreling right through us,” Gauvey said.
The fire truck was damaged enough that it had to be towed away, along with two other vehicles involved.
Fire officials said the firefighters on the truck were not injured.