A cellphone tower caught fire Wednesday in Seminole County, according to fire rescue officials. Traffic is being rerouted around the scene.
The fire happened on Historic Goldsboro Boulevard while cell tower crews were doing welding work, officials said.
Officials said there were four employees working on the tower at the time of the fire, and one off-site.
"They (workers) got down before we even got fire crews on the scene," said Sanford Fire Chief Tim Robles.
The five workers were accounted for, and one was suffering chest pain, officials said. He was treated at the scene and is OK, said Robles.
"It's going to be minimum cellphone service in the area. Cellphone service might be spotty in the area, depending on who your carrier is," Robles said.