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Four Hudson firefighters were involved in a crash Monday night while responding to a fire.

Glenburn Fire Chief Jordan McLaughlin said Tuesday that the four firefighter were en route to the Hudson Fire Department to respond to a mutual aid request for a blaze on Lakeside Landing.

The four were in a pickup truck on Townhouse Road in Kenduskeag about 10 p.m. when the truck struck a utility pole and a rock, according to CBS affiliate WABI.

The truck, which wasn’t owned by the Hudson Fire Department, was a total loss, according to the TV station.

Three of the firefighters were taken to a Bangor hospital, where they were treated for injuries not considered life-threatening, ABC affiliate WVII reports. The fourth was examined at the scene, according to the TV station.

None of the firefighters were identified.

McLaughlin said that the fire was minor and did not involve any structures. Its cause is not yet known.

Hudson Fire Chief Josh Lilley told WABI that he is reviewing the incident to determine if any departmental policies were violated.

WVII reports the cause of the crash remains under investigation.