Kentucky Ambulance Crash Leaves Civilian Dead; Providers Ejected

The ambulance crew suffered serious injuries after being ejected when their vehicle overturned.


A crash involving an ambulance in Kentucky killed a civilian and left others injured.

Both occupants of the ambulance were ejected after the vehicle overturned, according to WDRB.

The crash occurred Thursday night when the driver of the car failed to stop at a stop sign, and struck the ambulance which was not on an emergency run, the station reported.

A second car struck the wreckage. But, its driver was not seriously hurt.

The driver of the car that struck the ambulance was killed, while a 10-month-old baby from her car was taken to a local trauma center for children.

The Meade County Ambulance crew, Todd Flory, 49, the driver; and EMT Michael Wise, 28, were taken to the hospital with serious injuries, the station reported.