KC-MO Fire department pumper company- "Pumper 1-" was filling-in for Pumper 42 and had just responded on another emergency medical call when Pumper 1 reported the crash.
Three ambulances were requested- as well as KCP&L and "extrication" for a firefighter and occupants of the crashed vehicles.
Pumper 1 apparently crashed nearly head-on with another vehicle- then the fire truck took out a power pole and crashed into a tree.
UPDATE- 2:15 CST: EMS has transported "a 46-year-old male" firefighter- "the driver" of Pumper 1- with "a partially amputated" leg in serious condition to a hospital from the scene of this crash.
The crash involved a vehicle that crashed into the front of Pumper 1 and there was "a female" and a child who was in the vehicle that crashed into the fire truck.
That female was apparently not severely injured- and was to be transported to another medical facility.
A "3-year-old female" child was also in the woman's vehicle- "seated behind" the driver.
Although a paramedic reports that child's injuries to be minor- she was being transported to a hospital "as a precaution."
Pumper 1 was damaged to such an extent that a "reserve" truck is needed to replace Pumper 1's apparatus.