SUV crashes into ambulance transporting patient in Mass., overturning rig

The Trinity EMS vehicle was operating with lights and siren through a green light intersection


By Leila Merrill

LOWELL, Mass. — The driver of an SUV is alleged to have run through a red light before crashing into an ambulance carrying a patient Wednesday night in Lowell, Mass., NBC10 Boston reported.

The ambulance overturned, but there were no serious injuries, Trinity EMS said.

There were no serious injuries from the crash, Trinity EMS said.
There were no serious injuries from the crash, Trinity EMS said. (Photo/Trinity EMS via Facebook)

The ambulance was en route to Lowell General Hospital around 8:30 p.m. and had lights and siren on as the traffic light was green at the intersection where the crash happened.

Four people were in the rig, including the patient, who was transported to the hospital in another ambulance that was called to the scene.

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