A woman crashed her car into a Nashville Fire Department engine on Interstate 40 East early Sunday morning.
It happened as the fire truck was responding to an earlier two-car accident on I-40, just east of the Donelson Pike exit.
No firefighters or paramedics were hurt when the truck was hit, because they were away from it attending to the initial crash.
The fire truck was drivable but did sustain damage and firefighters planned to remove it from service for repairs.
According to a paramedic on the scene, the truck was new and just put into service in December.
One person was injured in the initial crash and taken to TriStar Summit Medical Center.
There were no other injuries.