Eight People Personally Injured in Ambulance Crash

Eight people, two of them paramedics, were personally injured in a four-vehicle collision on the Far South Side of Chicago that included the paramedics’ ambulance. All the victims were transported to local hospitals with non-life-threatening personal injuries. The car crash happened at West 103rd and South Morgan Streets in the Washington Heights neighborhood. The ambulance was en route to an emergency call with its lights and sirens activated when it was a hit by a vehicle heading north on Morgan. The car collision caused the ambulance to hit to other vehicles in the automobile crash. As the investigation continues, no personal injury lawsuits have been filed. To read the full story, click here.

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