Pennsylvania Ambulance Crew Injured In Crash

Four members of the ambulance crew were taken to Allegheny General Hospital.


 
 

Pittsburgh Tribune Review | | Monday, December 20, 2010


A two-vehicle crash involving a Robinson ambulance in Kennedy injured four people Saturday afternoon, emergency dispatchers said.

The accident occurred about 4 p.m. in the 1800 block of McKees Rocks Road, near a Giant Eagle, dispatchers said.

One of the vehicles was a Robinson EMS ambulance transporting a patient to Ohio Valley Hospital; the patient was transferred to another vehicle. The four members of the ambulance crew were taken to Allegheny General Hospital for treatment of neck and back pain.

The two occupants of the other vehicle refused treatment at the scene.



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