N.C. EMS provider hurt after car collides with rig
The Wake County EMS ambulance crew was responding to a call using the rig's lights and siren at the time of the crash, police said
By Leila Merrill
RALEIGH, N.C. — An EMS provider suffered minor injuries Tuesday when a car collided with a Wake County ambulance that was en route to a call, WNCN reported.
Police said that the ambulance was not transporting a patient and that the lights and siren were on at the time of the crash.
A photo of the ambulance shows significant damage to the front end.
The car's driver suffered minor injuries.
EMS worker injured in crash involving Wake County ambulance in Raleigh https://t.co/uyQfSJKFAo— CBS 17 (@WNCN) January 11, 2022