Ambulance, truck totaled by falling tree in Mass.
Two EMTs who were in the ambulance were uninjured
DORCHESTER, Mass. — An ambulance and truck were totaled this morning in Dorchester when high winds uprooted a large tree and sent it crashing onto the roofs of the vehicles.
The two EMTs who were in the ambulance, which had stopped for a red light at the intersection of Blue Hill Avenue and Seaver Street, were uninjured.
There was nobody in the Toyota Tundra truck, which was parked on the side of the road. Gusting winds wreaked havoc across much of the state today — some areas reported hurricane force winds of 80 miles per hour — downing trees and power lines and disrupting morning commutes.