Waterford Paramedic Among 5 Injured in Ambulance Rollover
WATERFORD, Pa. (Erie Times-News) -- A paramedic is in serious condition at UPMC Hamot after the ambulance in which he was working rolled over this morning, said Stancliff Hose Co. Assistant Chief Harry Latta.
The paramedic is among five people who were transported to UPMC Hamot for treatment after the Elgin-Beaverdam Hose Co. ambulance went off the road near the intersection of Route 19 and Trask Road at about 7:45 a.m.
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