Ambulance, limo crash, smashing store window
The ambulance was on its way to a call with lights and siren activated
VANCOUVER, Canada — An ambulance responding to a call with lights and siren collided with a limousine, crashing into a store window, early Sunday morning.
The ambulance wasn’t transporting a patient at the time as it was on its way to a call. The limousine didn’t have any passengers either, CBC reported.
The limousine driver suffered minor injuries while the paramedics were taken to the hospital only for a check.
A witness told police that the B.C. Ambulance Service vehicle, not only was traveling with lights and siren, but also had the right of way.
It happened around 3 a.m. at Granville St./W 12th Ave. The limo driver has minor injuries, the paramedics are OK. pic.twitter.com/gBp7dgF7Wd— Rafferty Baker (@raffertybaker) November 1, 2015