SAN ANTONIO, TX – Emergency crews worked to free multiple people after a driver collided with an ambulance carrying a patient early Wednesday morning.
According to KENS, the collision occurred at about 1 a.m. within the intersection of Babcock Road and Wurzbach Road.
Upon arrival, firefighters discovered a vehicle had crashed into an ambulance at a high rate of speed causing the driver to be pinned inside. Crews worked for just under a half-hour to free the driver, who has been identified only as a man in his 20s.
Firefighters were able to move the vehicle out of the path of the ambulance so the patient could be safely moved to a different ambulance
The driver responsible as well as another ambulance worker was also taken to University Hospital to be treated for injuries sustained in the wreck.
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