2 Calif. paramedics injured in hit-and-run ambulance crash
The ambulance was transporting a young boy at the time of the collision that also left a car in flames
The Orange County Register
Four people were taken to a hospital early Sunday morning after an ambulance was overturned on the 91 Freeway in a hit-and-run collision, the Orange County Fire Authority said.
The crash, near Euclid Street in Anaheim around 4:30 a.m., also left a car in flames.
Those transported included a young boy who was in the ambulance, as well as two OCFA paramedics and a CARE attendant. They had minor injuries, according to the OCFA.
Additional details were not immediately available.
The California Highway Patrol is investigating.
Four patients were transported after a hit/run accident left an ambulance on its side and the car in flames on the 91 near Euclid at 4:30am. Two OCFA paramedics, 1 CARE attendant and a young boy who was originally being transported had minor injuries. #CHP is investigating. pic.twitter.com/IFiPaKctMv— OCFA PIO (@OCFA_PIO) November 10, 2019
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