MOUNT PLEASANT (KDKA) — An ambulance caught fire Wednesday afternoon while responding to a crash in Mount Pleasant.

A driver crashed into a pole on Route 819, knocking down some power lines.

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As the ambulance pulled up, one of the wires fell on top of it and started a fire near the engine compartment.

Two of the tires also blew out.

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One of the emergency medical service workers was inside the ambulance at the time.

“He’s fine. He has no injuries. Just a little shaken up over the incident. It’s not an everyday occurrence,” Jeremy Garris, with Norvelt EMS, said.

Firefighters used a fire extinguisher to put the fire out.

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A woman in the car that crashed had minor injuries.