OVERLAND PARK, KS. (KCTV) --- A member of the Overland Park Fire Department has tested positive for the coronavirus. 

The department says an administrative employee tested positive and is being treated at a local hospital. 

Two employees are being tracked by the fire department and are home on quarantine. They are non-first responder roles. The department also said a firefighter was sent home after "reporting a significant other was developing a cough." 

The fire department also said the police department "sent home six staff members who had contact with one of the fire department staff." 

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