NJ ambulance collides with car, injures 6
All four volunteers were treated for minor injuries, mostly cuts and bruises
The Bernardsville News
BERNARDSVILLE. N.C. — Six people were injured when a car collided with a Bernardsville Fire Company ambulance at 3:04 p.m. Monday, Feb. 4, near the entrance of the Bernardsville Train Station on Route 202.
According to Bernardsville Fire Chief Randy Steinkopf, two women in the car and four fire company volunteers were taken to Morristown Medical Center for treatment of injuries after the two-vehicle accident.
Steinkopf said all four volunteers were treated for minor injuries, most cuts and bruises, and released the same day. He was not sure of the status of the two women, but said he did not believe any of their injuries were life-threatening.