An ambulance taking a patient to a hospital was hit by a bullet Thursday in Newark, N.J.
No one was injured by the bullet, which the ambulance crew first thought was a rock or a pebble when it struck the side mirror on the driver’s side about 6 p.m., according to The Star Ledger.
The ambulance was taking a patient to Clara Maass Medical Center when it was hit.
When the crew heard on their radio there was a shooting in the area of South Franklin Avenue around the same time, they went back to have the ambulance checked out by police, the paper reported.
Officers confirmed the mirror had been hit by a bullet.