2 Wis. EMTs recover from bus crash injuries

One Bell Ambulance employee has returned to in-office work in Milwaukee; the other remains at home after being hospitalized


By Leila Merrill

MILWAUKEE — Bell Ambulance said Wednesday that its two EMTs who were injured almost a month ago in a vehicle crash are continuing to recover.

On Dec. 7, a Milwaukee County Transit System bus smashed into a parked Bell Ambulance in which the two EMTs were performing patient care.

On Dec. 7, a Milwaukee County Transit System bus smashed into a parked Bell Ambulance in which the two EMTs were performing patient care.
On Dec. 7, a Milwaukee County Transit System bus smashed into a parked Bell Ambulance in which the two EMTs were performing patient care. (Photo/Bell Ambulance)

One EMT returned to in-office work this week.

The other has been released from a hospital and continues to recuperate at home.  

Transit system officials told Fox 6 that the crash remains under investigation, and local police said that once their investigation is finished, it will be sent to the district attorney’s office for review.

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