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Troopers: Airbags Did Not Deploy in Tulsa (OK) Ambulance Rollover

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Three people were hurt after an ambulance in Tulsa, Oklahoma, rolled over after hydroplaning on a wet road, officials told FOX 23.

The Oklahoma Highway Patrol said the ambulance’s airbags did not deploy inside the vehicle and two passengers were not wearing seatbelts. The crash happened around 5 p.m. Monday on Highway 412.

Troopers identified the driver as 32-year-old John Anders.

Anders and two other passengers, Robbie Monroe, 68, and Landon Carpenter, 28, were taken to the hospital where they were stabilized in an unknown condition.

Authorities did not say if the passengers were patients or employees of the ambulance service.