MILWAUKEE, WI — One person was left pinned in the wreckage of an ambulance Thursday evening after a crash in Milwaukee’s Midtown neighborhood, according to TMJ4.
The collision occurred near the intersection of North 27th Street and West Vliet Street, north of James Groppi High School. It was first reported at about 5:00 p.m.
Few details have been released, but authorities said a Curtis ambulance appeared to have been T-boned by another vehicle. Responding crews with the Milwaukee Fire Department said the driver of the ambulance was trapped in the immediate aftermath and had to be extricated.
Officials said at least one patient was already being transported in the ambulance when the crash occurred.
Other responding Curtis ambulances were said to have tended to fellow workers involved in the crash, but it was unclear how many had to be hospitalized,
MFD crews transported two other patients to a local hospital.
No additional information has been shared at this time.
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