A man has passed on after he was hit by a rescue vehicle while heading to a 999 bring in South Devon.
It happened soon after 4am today (17 July) on the A380 close to Kingskerswell.
Crisis administrations were called to the scene where the passerby had supported genuine wounds. He was taken to Torbay Locale Emergency clinic yet later kicked the bucket.
A representative from Devon and Cornwall Police said officials are working with the South Western Emergency vehicle Administration Trust to explore the conditions that prompted the accident.
They are asking individuals not to "theorize about the reason".
A representative for the rescue vehicle trust said: "In the early long periods of Saturday, July 17, an emergency vehicle was engaged with an impact with a passerby on the A380.
"The passerby was treated on scene and a Tasks Official, Risky Region Reaction Group (HART) and a subsequent rescue vehicle were dispatched and in participation before the patient was passed on to clinic.
"Our contemplations are with every one of those influenced by this episode."
A mysterious driver who saw the accident said: "A rescue vehicle hit a passerby.
"I was driving around three vehicles behind. It occurred at around 4am.
"I wasn't sure where the person on foot came from, I just saw the rescue vehicle stop and somebody leap out and begin doing what resembled CPR.
"It in a real sense occurred around a large portion of a mile from the Penn Motel intersection.
"The emergency vehicle was essentially harmed from what I could see.
"I feel frustrated about the emergency vehicle group and all interested parties."
The street stayed shut earlier today as crisis administrations stayed at the scene.
The two carriageways were shut yet the southward has since resumed.
The northward side is relied upon to be shut while examinations proceed at the scene.
A power representative said: "The police might want to hear from any individual who saw the episode, has any data or dashcam film which might have caught either the vehicle or the person on foot preceding the impact that could assist the police with their enquiries.
"If it's not too much trouble, email [email protected] or call 101, citing log number 0191 of Saturday 17 July."