Authorities report two firefighters and two other people were taken to the hospital after a driver ran a red light and struck a Hallandale Beach Fire rescue truck in Broward County.

According to officials, the crash occurred at the intersection of Federal Highway and Southeast Third Street. 

A Dodge Ram was speeding towards Federal Highway and ran the light at the intersection hitting the fire truck. Officials stated that the fire truck involved in the crash was going to another call at the time the accident happened.

Two fire fighters sustained moderate injuries.  The driver and passenger in the Dodge had severe injuries.  All of the victims were transported to Memorial Regional Hospital.

Meanwhile, the crash remains under investigation. Officials are yet to disclose the names of the victims involved in the crash.

No other details were immediately released.

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