2 EMTs hurt when ambulance crashes into trees
They both suffered serious non-life threatening injuries and the cause of the crash is under investigation
POWHATAN COUNTY, Va. — Two EMTs suffered serious non-life threatening injures when a Richmond Ambulance Authority van ran off the road and crashed into trees off Route 60 in Powhatan.
The male driver, 19, was transported by ambulance to VCU medical center and the male passenger, 27, was airlifted to the same hospital, WTVR reports.
“There were no patients onboard at the time of the crash,” Virginia State Police spokesman Sgt. Thomas Molnar told the news station. It occurred Thursday at 11:30 a.m.
The cause of the crash is under investigation.
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