Scooped by the geezer, a report on the MVA Tuesday night involving CFD Engine 62 that injured a total of 10 including four firefighters.

Authorities say they suspect alcohol played a role in the collision between a Chicago fire truck and a carload of people in the Far South Side that injured 10 people.

None of the victims — including three children and four Chicago firefighters — suffered life-threatening injuries when the truck, responding to a fire call, collided with a mid-size sedan at Halsted and 128th streets, police said. A female passenger did suffer a broken neck, authorities said.

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Bill Friedrich supplied an image of the engine prior to the accident.

Chicago Fire Department Engine 62

Chicago Engine 62, a 2007 Spartan Gladiator/Crimson 1,500/500/30F was involved in an accident Tuesday night. Bill Friedrich photo