Two emergency medical service personnel and three civilians were hurt when a South Country Ambulance (NY) was struck by a Jeep.
The ambulance had on its lights and siren when it was hit Tuesday night on Long Island’s Suffolk County, according to a report by the Daily Voice. It happened on Country Road 101 in Medford around 10:20 p.m.
Police said the ambulance was struck as it reached the intersection.
The two workers, the teenage patient, the driver of the Jeep and the Jeep’s passenger were taken to the hospital. Their injuries were considered to be non-life-threatening.
The ambulance’s driver’s side was damaged in the collision, as with the Jeep’s front end.