Reidsville, NC (November 18, 2018) – Three people were seriously injured in an ambulance accident, including two EMS workers on Highway 158 on Sunday morning, November 18.
The NCSHP said that a driver pulled out in front of the ambulance while it was on its way to a call. The driver had been leaving the parking lot of the Dollar General at the time.
The car immediately flew into a ditch off the side of the road. The driver of the Altima sustained serious injuries. The driver and passenger in the ambulance were sent to the hospital, but their injuries are not known at this time.
At this time, the accident is still under investigation.
We would like to offer our sympathies to the parties who were injured at this time. Police will continue their investigation into the matter.
Car Accident in North Carolina
Car accidents in North Carolina can be extremely life-changing in nature. Car accidents are actually the leading cause of death for people between the ages of 3-34 across North Carolina. Though North Carolina is doing everything they can to deter these accidents on their roads, they continue to happen every day.
You’ve been injured in a North Carolina car accident, you have many options moving forward. You may be entitled to compensation to help cover your losses. You need the guidance of an experienced lawyer to fight for you at this time. You have been through enough and we want to offer you the help you deserve at this time. Call the team you trust at the Nye Law Group today at 912-200-5230.
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