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Ambulance carrying patient involved in head-on Corinth crash

Ambulance carrying patient involved in head-on Corinth crash

The crash happened shortly after 10:30 a.m.
Ambulance carrying patient involved in head-on Corinth crash
A firefighter at the scene Monday
Photographer: Erica Miller/Daily Gazette Photographer

CORINTH - Multiple people were sent to the hospital Monday morning after a pickup truck struck an ambulance carrying a patient head on, according to officials at the scene.

One EMS worker was taken to Albany Medical Center, while three others involved in the crash were taken to Saratoga Hospital, officials said.

Tuesday Update: Troopers: EMS member injured in Corinth ambulance crash hospitalized in stable condition, Feb. 26, 2019

The crash happened shortly after 10:30 a.m. on Route 9N in Corinth when a black pickup truck heading north lost control and struck the Luzerne-Hadley EMS ambulance, which was heading south, officials said.

Images: Luzerne-Hadley EMS head-on crash, Feb. 25, 2019

The ambulance carried two EMS employees and a patient from the Town of Day, officials said. The driver of the truck, driver of the ambulance and the patient were sent to Saratoga Hospital. Further information on their conditions was unavailable.

Corinth and Luzerne-Hadley fire departments, along with, Jessup's Landing and Moreau EMS and Saratoga County Sheriff's officials and state police also responded.

Tuesday Update: Troopers: EMS member injured in Corinth ambulance crash hospitalized in stable condition, Feb. 26, 2019

 

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