Ambulance Hit In White Marsh: Crew Taken To Hospital, Officials Say

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Baltimore County Fire Department

WHITE MARSH, MD — A driver hit an ambulance with a patient inside early Sunday morning, according to authorities.

The ambulance was hit before 3 a.m., and the crew was taken to the University of Maryland Shock Trauma Center. Members had been treated and released, fire officials reported after 3:30 p.m.

The patient in the ambulance was taken to the hospital by another ambulance "without serious injury," according to the Baltimore County Fire Department.

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This is why she is a joke as a reporter. She left out the fact the ambulance was in non emergency mode. The police determine the driver of the car was at fault. Whitemarsh is using a ambulance from the county motor pool until a new one can be built to replace the one totaled in the accident. If you are going to report something do it right. All the info was on the county fb page. Stop being a lazy millennial and doing it hakd @@$

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