ST. LOUIS COUNTY, Mo. — A Spanish Lake firefighter was injured in an accident in north St. Louis County Monday afternoon.

According to the St. Louis County Police Department, while someone was helping a motorist, another motorist hit a firetruck that was blocking traffic, which caused it to hit the already wrecked vehicle.

Southbound 367 was shut down for a brief time while emergency crews worked to clear the area.

'No matter how well you think you can drive, weather like this poses unseen hazards and you can lose control very quickly. Please slow down. And when you see first responders on the road, slow down even more and move over,' Black Jack Fire Protection District shared on Facebook.

A spokesperson for the St. Louis County Police Department said buses in the area also experienced issues and were routed off 367.

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