Driver flees after small collision with Myrtle Beach fire truck

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MYRTLE BEACH, SC (WBTW) – Myrtle Beach Fire Rescue says one of their vehicles was damaged Tuesday when it was struck by a car. 

Fire crews were responing to a fire in Horry County when a driver grazed the side of the fire engine. The firetruck sustainted minor damage and no one was hurt, according to Lt. Jonathan Evans. 

Officials say that driver did not stop after the collision and Lt. Evans did not know if the person has been located yet. 

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