Minn. ambulance hit at intersection
An ambulance with its lights and sirens on was hit by a driver with a revoked license who ran a stop sign, according to police
The Duluth Police Department responded to a car crash involving an ambulance at 10:16 a.m. Wednesday on Central Entrance.
The ambulance was driving up Central Entrance with lights and sirens on when it was hit by a 19-year-old driver who ran a stop sign on Blackman Avenue, according to an email from Lt. Robin Roeser.
The ambulance crew was treated at a hospital for injuries, and the driver of the vehicle was cited for failure to yield to an emergency vehicle, a stop sign violation, driving after revocation, no insurance and expired registration.
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