Ohio ambulance crashes with shooting victims inside; several hurt
After a car crashed into the ambulance, the rig hit two parked cars and critically injured a pedestrian
By EMS1 Staff
CINCINNATI — An ambulance transporting two shooting victims was struck Monday night after another vehicle ran a red light, leaving two in critical condition.
Authorities said Albert Barnwell, 19, struck an ambulance after running a red light, which then crashed into two parked vehicles. A passenger in Barnwell’s car, Michael Bell, 33, was transported to the hospital and is in critical condition.
Kenneth Turner, 52, who was also struck by the ambulance, was critically injured. He was transported to the hospital with serious injuries, reported WCPO.
One of the victims being transported, Don Farrier, 21, was not further injured in the crash. The second victim, who was shot in the leg, was transported to the hospital in another ambulance.
The driver of the ambulance, Dequize Young, 29, was taken to the hospital for minor injuries. Amanda Netherly, 33, a passenger in the ambulance, was also hospitalized.
Both Young and Barnwell were wearing seatbelts at the time of the crash. The incident is still under investigation.