Several are injured after an ambulance and a car collided in Salem Township. Early Monday morning, around 3:00 a.m., an ambulance crashed into the side of a white Toyota. The ambulance was carrying four people at the time of the accident: the driver, a female medic, a 7-month-old baby and her mother. One person had to be extracted from the ambulance. All were taken to a local hospital for treatment. The ambulance was from John Carrol Area EMS in Altoona. Police believe they were traveling to Children’s Hospital. The driver of the white Toyota, a 19-year-old male, refused treatment.
State police are still uncertain as to how the accident happened and are currently investigating.
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CBS Pittsburgh, “Ambulance, Car Collide In Westmoreland County, 4 Injured”
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