2 Idaho EMTs critical after ambulance crash
One of the EMTs had been in serious condition Wednesday before taking a turn for the worse
The Associated Press
BOISE, Idaho — Two emergency medical technicians were hospitalized in critical condition two days after the ambulance they were riding in was hit by a car.
The Idaho Statesman reports 62-year-old Sandra Sova of Mesa and 70-year-old Jonathon Dickinson of Council were listed in critical condition Thursday morning at St. Alphonsus Regional Medical Center in Boise.
Sova and Dickinson were in the ambulance tending to a patient when it was hit by a car on U.S. Highway 95 north of Boise on Tuesday afternoon. The car had swerved to avoid hiding another vehicle that had slowed to yield to the oncoming ambulance.
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