Ambulance Responding to Call Crashes into New Jersey Home, Injures 2 Crew Members
FRANKLIN TOWNSHIP, NJ (1/31/2020) — An ambulance responding to an emergency call on Friday morning in Somerset hit a home around 5:00 a.m.
Two crew members on the ambulance were injured, and the house was unoccupied at the time of the crash.
The ambulance crew members were driving a Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital ambulance when they lost control of the vehicle and crossed the centerline. The ambulance hit a parked car on Hamilton Street and then continued into the corner of the house.
The crew members’ names have not yet been disclosed. The house was investigated after the crash and has been declared uninhabitable.
The cause of the accident is currently under investigation.
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Source: CBS 3 Philly