Thursday, June 6, 2013

Georgia Ambulance Crash Kills Patient & 2 EMT's

In the early hours of this morning an ambulance in Ocilla, Georgia was en route to the area hospital with it siren and lights activated, when it crashed into the side of a tractor trailer, which jack-knifed into it's path.

From Huffington Post:

The State Patrol says the patient was Charles Arvin Smith, 65, of Tifton. The emergency medical technicians were identified as Teresa Ann Davis, 44, of Axson, who was driving the ambulance; and Randall Whiddon, 56, of Ashburn, who was riding in the front passenger seat.
Thunderstorms were occurring over parts of Georgia early Thursday morning, though it was not immediately clear if weather was a factor in the crash.
The State Patrol identified the semi driver as Rockwell Lott of Tifton. It wasn't immediately known if he was hurt.



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