Texas ambulance crew injured in fatal crash

A driver in Littlefield and his toddler died after a 3-vehicle crash involving an ambulance, car and semi-truck


By Jessie Forand

LITTLEFIELD, Texas — A Texas ambulance was involved in a three-vehicle crash that killed one driver and his 2-year-old daughter.

At about 5 p.m. Tuesday, a still-unnamed driver ran a stop sign at an intersection, colliding with a semi-truck. In the semi driver’s attempts to avoid the car, it side-swiped an ambulance from Baily County EMS, Everything Lubbock reported.

An ambulance from Baily County, Texas, was injured in a crash that killed two people and left another with life-threatening injuries.
An ambulance from Baily County, Texas, was injured in a crash that killed two people and left another with life-threatening injuries. (Photo/Baily County EMS)

The driver of a Honda Accord who failed to stop at the stop sign was pronounced dead at the scene, police said. His two-year-old daughter, who was in a child safety seat, died after being air-lifted to an area children's hospital. The driver’s wife was also taken to the hospital for life-threatening injuries.

Littlefield Fire and Rescue helped extricate the victims from their vehicle.

Members of the Baily County EMS crew were taken to the hospital with light-to-moderate injuries resulting from the crash.

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