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Five Hurt In Delaware Ambulance Crash

GLASGOW, Del. - Several people, including two medics, are in the hospital after a crash involving three cars and an ambulance in Glasgow.

Police say a Saturn Vue lost control on route 896 and struck the ambulance and two cars that were stopped at U.S. highway 40. It happened around midnight Friday.

Five people were injured, though the injuries are not believed to be life threatening.

A patient was inside the ambulance but was not injured.


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