(INDIANAPOLIS) - Three people were injured, two of them critically, in a crash involving an ambulance and a car on Indianapolis' north side early Saturday morning.
TheIndyChannel.com staff report, Indianapolis police said the crash happened just after 3:30 a.m. at the intersection of St. Clair Street and Senate Avenue.
When officers arrived, they found that the ambulance was rolled onto its side and had slid into a parked vehicle that was unoccupied.
"The driver and the medic in the ambulance were extricated and transported to Wishard Hospital in critical condition," IMPD Sgt. Linda Jackson said.
Investigators said a car that was westbound on St. Clair struck the ambulance that was southbound on Senate.
"The female driver of the passenger car was in good condition and transported to Wishard for a legal blood draw," Jackson said.
Officers said that the traffic light at the intersection was flashing yellow for northbound and southbound vehicles and red for vehicles that were eastbound and westbound at the time of the crash.
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