2 Columbus medics injured in crash that totals ambulance

Credit: 10TV.com WBNS

Credit: 10TV.com WBNS

Two medics were hospitalized Wednesday after another driver ran a red light and struck their ambulance while they were taking a crash victim to the hospital, our media partner 10tv.com reported.

The life squad’s lights and sirens were on when the crash happened shortly before 5 p.m. at the intersection of East Broad Street and North Grant Avenue in downtown Columbus, Fire Battalion Chief Steve Martin told the news station.

The victim inside the ambulance, two medics and the driver of the other vehicle were taken to Grant Medical Center in stable condition.

The ambulance is believed to be totaled.

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