Five Hurt in West Virginia Ambulance Rollover


 
 

JESSIKA LEWIS | | Wednesday, November 25, 2009


MORGANTOWN -- Two people involved in an ambulance rollover accident in Monongalia County are still in the hospital.

Melissa Slavensky, a Ruby Memorial Hospital employee, and a newborn are patients at Ruby, according to Amy Johns, Director of Public Affairs at West Virginia University Hospitals & Health Sciences Center.

Slavensky is in good condtion, Johns said.

The accident happened at about 8 p.m. Tuesday night on Rt. 705.



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