UPDATE: The two firefighters injured in last night's accident are now home recovering.
"We cannot thank the community enough for the outpouring of love and prayers sent on their behalf," Tulsa firefighters said in a Facebook post.
UPDATE: Tulsa police said one firefighter is in serious but stable condition and the other is being treated for minor injuries after being struck by a car.
Officers said the firefighters were responding to a collision with a Chevrolet Suburban when a heavy-duty Ford truck struck the fire truck on scene, which then hit the Chevrolet Suburban, and ultimately hitting the two firefighters.
One of the firefighters went over the guardrail on the overpass, according to TPD.
There is no word yet on the cause of the collision.
TULSA, Okla. (KTUL) - Two Tulsa firefighters are injured after being struck by a car near Pine and Peoria on Highway 75.
The Tulsa Fire Department said they will provide more information once they learn more about the firefighters' conditions.
Tulsa Fire Department Union President Matt Lay shared this statement.
"We ask the community to join us in prayer on behalf of two injured Tulsa Firefighters and their families," he said. "Tonight is a grim reminder of the service and sacrifice our brave men and women are called upon to make every day to keep others safe."
This is a developing story.