Ambulance Rear-Ended While Responding to a Collision
According to the Columbia Basin Herald, a car changing lanes failed to slow down for the ambulance in front of him and ended up rear-ending the vehicle.
The AMR employee in the ambulance was hurt in the collision and was sent to a hospital as soon as possible.
The ambulance and the car had noticeable damages and the man was cited for driving way too fast. The ambulance driver was from West Richland.