2 medics, patient seriously injured in Mo. rig crash
The driver of another vehicle involved in the crash was arrested on suspicion of DWI
By Laura French
JEFFERSON COUNTY, Mo. — An ambulance crash in Missouri left two paramedics and a patient seriously injured on Sunday afternoon.
Missouri Department of Transportation officials say a Jeep crashed into the side of the Joachim Plattin Ambulance District rig, cause it to leave the road and overturn, according to KSDK.
The two medics and the patient in the ambulance were transported with serious injuries; one was flown from the scene by helicopter. The driver of the other vehicle also sustained moderate injuries and was transported to the hospital after being arrested on suspicion of DWI.