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Jonesboro fire truck hit after tow truck loses load

JONESBORO, AR (KAIT) – Jonesboro Firefighters got a surprise after working an accident on Harrisburg road Wednesday afternoon.

According to the Jonesboro Fire Department, a tow truck operator lost his hitched car which then rolled back and hit the fire truck.

The car did minimal damage to the truck and no firefighters were injured in the accident. The tow truck operator loaded the car back up after the incident.

Both crews were working a previous accident at Harrisburg Road and Galdiolus.

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