At least a dozen people were injured Tuesday after a fire truck and an ambulance collided in a Miami intersection, FOX affiliate WSVN reported.

Seven firefighters and five civilians were taken to Jackson Memorial Hospital following the crash.

Three firefighters and two patients inside the ambulance were admitted to the hospital’s trauma center as a precaution.

None of the injuries was considered life-threatening.

The ambulance's front end was heavily damaged in the collision, and the fire truck was knocked onto its side.

"One of our pumpers [fire trucks] was heading northbound on 12th Avenue responding to a building assignment," Miami Fire Rescue Assistant Chief Pete Gomez told WSVN, "The rescue truck was going to the hospital and they collided at this intersection.”

“At this time, we don't know who was at fault, who did what. All we know is we had the accident right there. The fire truck spun, flipped on its side and all seven firefighters have been transported to the trauma center," he said.

Gomez said the two vehicles were on separate runs Tuesday afternoon when the crash occurred at an intersection near the hospital.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.