LEXINGTON, Ky.— The driver of a UPS semi-truck said a box truck blocking his view caused him to crash into an ambulance on the morning of Feb. 21 in Lexington, Kentucky.
The crash resulted in a shutdown of Georgetown Road at Citation Boulevard. Officials told Lex18 that the ambulance was traveling on Georgetown Road with its lights and sirens activated when the UPS tractor trailer struck it at the intersection.
An EMT who was traveling in the ambulance suffered minor injuries, according to reports.
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