Ambulance overturned in a crash at a downtown intersection of an eastern Indiana city.
Richmond police Sgt. Sean O'Brien says the ambulance wasn't carrying any patients when the crash happened Sunday involving the ambulance and two cars.
O'Brien tells the Palladium-Item seven people were taken to a hospital with what appeared to be non-life-threatening injuries. The crash left the ambulance operated by the private Rural Metro Ambulance service on its roof along the sidewalk at a corner of the intersection.
Investigators were working to determine how the crash happened.
Information from: Palladium-Item
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