EMT, patient critical after Calif. ambulance rollover
Police are investigating if the driver of a sedan ran a red light before crashing into an ambulance early Monday morning
SIGNAL HILL, Calif. — Four people, including two EMTs, were injured when a C.A.R.E. ambulance overturned after colliding with a Lincoln Town Car early Monday morning.
The ambulance was transporting a patient without lights and sirens when the accident occurred at 4:36 a.m., KTLA.com reports.
Two EMS workers, the patient who was trapped in the ambulance and the driver of the sedan were all injured and taken to Long Beach Memorial Hospital. The patient and an EMT are said to be in critical condition.
Police are investigating if the driver of the sedan ran a red light before the crash.
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