Minor injuries in wreck involving Lexington ambulance

June 14, 2013 

Lexington Fire Dept. firefighters and Lexington Police officers at the scene of an injury accident involving a fire dept. emergency care unit, left, and a SUV, right at the intersection of Tates Creek and Alumni Dr. in Lexington Ky., Friday, June 14, 2013. The fire dept. ambulance was hit by the SUV. The wreck happened at 4 p.m.Photo by Charles Bertram | Staff


Two firefighters in an ambulance sustained minor injuries after a wreck Friday at Alumni Drive and Tates Creek Road.

Lexington fire department Battalion Chief Jeff Nantz said an ambulance was transporting a patient and two firefighters were caring for the patient when the wreck happened at about 4 p.m. All three were taken to the hospital.

Police Lt. Sam Murdock said a green Ford Explorer hit the ambulance while turning from Tates Creek Road onto Alumni Drive. The Explorer's driver was not hurt.

In the video below, Nantz described the accident.

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