2 FDNY ambulances collide, injuring 4 EMS providers
All four EMTs were transported to a hospital after the crash that sent one rig careening into a building
By Leila Merrill
BROOKLYN, N.Y. — Two ambulances collided Monday night in Brooklyn, injuring four EMTs.
One of the ambulances careened into a Bank of America location after the crash at Union Street and 7th Avenue in Park Slope at about 10:25 p.m., the New York Post reported.
All four EMS providers were transported to New York-Presbyterian Brooklyn Methodist Hospital.
No other people were hurt.
FDNY is investigating the crash.