2 EMS workers hurt when Ill. rig struck by vehicle, flips
A Rockford Fire Department ambulance was responding to a call with lights and sirens activated when it was hit by another vehicle
By Rachel Engel
ROCKFORD, Ill. — Two members of the Rockford Fire Department were injured when the ambulance they were riding in was struck by a vehicle and flipped on its side.
A tweet from the Rockford Fire Department said two fire personnel who sustained minor injuries and the driver of the vehicle that hit the rig were transported to a local hospital for evaluation.
The social post also notes the ambulance was responding to an incident with lights and sirens on when it was hit by the vehicle.
Today a @RockfordFire ambulance was responding to an incident with lights and sirens activated and was struck by another vehicle. Two Rockford Fire personnel sustained minor injuries and the driver of the second vehicle are being transported to a local hospital for evaluation. pic.twitter.com/R45v4Xe3qU— Rockford Fire (@RockfordFire) June 14, 2021
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