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N.J. Ambulance Collides with Car during Response

Teen transported with injuries; no injuries reported in car or ambulance


 
 

| Friday, September 23, 2011


WEST MILFORD, N.J. (AP) — Police say a school bus full of children struck a 15-year-old in West Milford Friday and an ambulance responding to the accident scene collided with a car.

Capt. Tim Storbeck says the boy was taken to a hospital. The extent of his injuries or his condition are not yet known.

Storbeck says no children on the school bus were injured, but the driver was taken to a hospital with chest pains.

Storbeck says no one was injured in the crash involving the ambulance and car.



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