Photos: Md. EMS providers injured, ambulance destroyed in crash
The White Marsh Volunteer Fire Company said the patient was transferred to another ambulance
By Leila Merrill
WHITE MARSH, Md. — White Marsh Volunteer Fire Company personnel and a patient they were transporting in an ambulance were injured over the weekend when another vehicle crashed into it.
The ambulance ran off the road and was severely damaged.
The agency said in a Facebook post that its employees were transported to a hospital and have been released.
The patient was moved to another ambulance for transportation.
The Baltimore County Police Department said the driver was at fault.
The ambulance will have to be replaced.