Md. officer hurt in series of crashes involving ambulance, cruiser
Officials said an ambulance at the scene was struck by a vehicle trying to pass a fire truck, and another vehicle struck a police car with an officer inside
By News Staff
HAMPTON, Md. — A police officer was hurt in a series of crashes involving an ambulance, police cruiser and fire truck.
WBAL TV reported that an ambulance and fire truck were at the scene of a crash involving a tow truck and another vehicle.
Officials said the ambulance was struck by a driver who was trying to pass the fire truck. Police arrested the driver at the scene.
Sometime later, a police cruiser that was on the scene was struck by another vehicle. The officer inside was transported to Shock Trauma with non-life-threatening injuries.
The driver of the vehicle that struck the police cruiser was also transported to the hospital with non-life-threatening injuries.
After a crash in Hampton, two other crashes follow at the scene, both involving responding vehicles. A police officer and a driver were hurt, and one was arrested. https://t.co/MyMpajk4jO— WBAL NewsRadio 1090 and FM 101.5 (@wbalradio) December 11, 2018