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Louisiana Ambulance Strikes Sugar Cane Truck

Unknown whether the ambulance had its lights or siren on.


 
 

| Monday, December 27, 2010


BRUSLY, La. - Louisiana State Police say an ambulance carrying a patient rear-ended a sugar cane truck in the Brusly (BROO-ly) area, causing the patient to hit her head.

Trooper Russell G. Graham II, a state police spokesman, says that was the only injury from the crash Monday morning, and it was not serious.

He did not know whether the ambulance had its lights or siren on, or any other details about the accident.

The accident occurred Louisiana Highway 1 North in West Baton Rouge Parish.



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