Branson, MO - Friday afternoon, Western Taney County Firefighters were called to Bear Creek Road near the intersection of Reno Springs Road. When Firefighters arrived on scene, the fire had spread from a trash fire and into the woods along a creek bed along Bear Creek Road almost to highway HH. The fire was contained to about 5 acres and took approximately 2 hours to contain. Firefighters from several stations and Mutual Aid from Highlandville Fire Protection District was called to assist in extinguishing the fire.As firefighters were responding to the call, one of the fire district's water tankers crashed when the driver attempted to make a left hand turn from Highway 65 onto Bear Creek Road. As the driver attempted the turn, the fire truck overturned onto the Southbound Lanes of Highway 65. Three firefighters were on board the vehicle when it crashed. Two firefighters only received cuts and bruises and one firefighter was transported by a fire district vehicle to Skaggs hospital for evaluation. That firefighter since been treated for minor injuries and has been released from the hospital. Fortunately all three firefighters were relatively unharmed because everyone in the truck was wearing their seatbelts. Because of the crash, one lane of Southbound 65 was closed for a time while the fire truck was removed from the highway and cleanup of the equipment was completed.