FRANKTOWN, Colo. (CBS4) – One firefighter was released from the hospital Wednesday evening following a rollover crash Tuesday night in a water tanker truck. The truck crashed through a fence while on its way to help out Douglas County firefighters at 7:40 p.m.

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It happened near the intersection of Highway 105 and Wolfensberger Road.

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Two firefighters were airlifted to the hospital. Both have been released.

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Franktown fire officials say the other firefighter is resting comfortably in the hospital and doctors are taking good care of him.

They also added a thanks to the community for its outpouring of love.

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The Colorado State Patrol is looking into the cause of the crash.