No injuries were reported after a Mahwah fire truck collided with a sedan last night.
The truck carrying five firefighters from Fire Company # 2 Hazmat was responding to a gas leak from a dryer on Greene Street in the Fardale section when the crash occurred.
The truck had its lights and siren activated when it stopped on Wyckoff Avenue for a red light at Pulis Avenue and was struck by the car as its driver made a right as the rig continued on, Police Chief James Batelli told CLIFFVIEW PILOT.
The collision damaged the truck’s undercarriage pullout drawer, the chief said.
Police were investigating, he said.