ENOREE, S.C. (WSPA) – Two vehicles crashed into a Spartanburg County fire station Sunday afternoon.

According to Lt. Jonathan Deal of the Trinity Fire Department, the call came in at 5:23 p.m. for a crash at the Enoree Fire Station. He said three people were in one car, while two were in the second car. The driver and passenger of one car were entrapped and found unconscious. It took 20 minutes to extricate them from the car, Deal said. Those two people and one additional person were taken to the hospital. Their conditions are unknown.

Chris Massey, the Spartanburg County Fire Services Coordinator, said the driver and passenger in the second car refused transport to the hospital.

  • 2 vehicles crash into Enoree Fire Station (Source: 7NEWS)
  • 2 vehicles crash into Enoree Fire Station (Source: 7NEWS)
  • 2 vehicles crash into Enoree Fire Station (Source: 7NEWS)
  • 2 vehicles crash into Enoree Fire Station (Source: 7NEWS)
  • 2 vehicles crash into Enoree Fire Station (Source: 7NEWS)
  • 2 vehicles crash into Enoree Fire Station (Source: 7NEWS)

The building and three engines that were inside were damaged, according to officials.

Deal said the building is temporarily condemned until it is fixed. He added response times will not be affected as surrounding fire stations will pick up calls intended for the Enoree Fire Station.

According to Spartanburg County Dispatch, troopers from the South Carolina Highway Patrol along with Trinity, Roebuck and Cowpens Fire Departments responded.