LAWRENCEVILLE, Pa. (WETM)- UPDATE: No injuries were reported after the Lawrenceville Fire Department caught fire Saturday evening in Tioga County, Pennsylvania.

The fire department says two ambulances and a patrol truck were saved from the fire, but one fire engine sustained heat and fire damage.

The department says they are currently using borrowed vehicles and gear.

According to posts on the Fire Department’s Facebook page, they are not starting a GoFundMe page for the station but they will be accepting donations.

Members from the fire station met at Rotsells, a local restaurant, this morning for breakfast and to set down a beginning of a plan. 

Donations can be mailed out to the following:

Lawrenceville Fire Department
PO Box 177
Lawrenceville, PA 16929.

(7/27)-18 News has learned that there was a fire at the Lawrenceville fire station in Pennsylvania. Multiple departments were called to the scene to battle the blaze.

According to First News Now, a Lawrenceville ambulance was backing into the station when, for an unknown reason, the rescue next to truck exploded.

Several firefighters were transported to the hospital for heat exhaustion and possible smoke inhalation.

One ambulance, patrol, and another fire unit were saved from the flames, but other vehicles were lost.

This is a developing story, stay with 18 News on air and online for updates as more details become available.