Ambulance Involved in a Traffic Accident on Moreland Avenue and Custer Avenue SE in Atlanta, Georgia
ATLANTA, GA - A news story posted on patch.com reports that the Atlanta police answered an accident call at Moreland Avenue SE and Custer Avenue in Atlanta, Georgia.* As the officers arrived at the accident scene, they found that a semi-truck and a Dekalb EMS Ambulance were involved in a collision.
The ambulance driver suffered accident-related injuries, and the passenger was extracted from the ambulance by Grady EMS and Fire, who answered the accident call. The passenger had sustained leg injuries and was transported to a local area hospital. The preliminary accident investigation stated that the ambulance was on its way to an emergency call and had its siren and lights on when a semi-truck driver suddenly stopped in front of the ambulance leading to a rear-end collision.
According to the Atlanta Police Department, no criminal charges were filed at this time. The accident investigation is currently ongoing.
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