Probe into ambulance crash at junction
AN investigation is under way after an ambulance attending an emergency call was involved in a crash at a road junction.
The vehicle's blue lights and sirens were on when the crash happened at the Hambrook lights, where the road to Frenchay crosses the Avon Ring Road, at about 10.30am on Sunday.
The Great Western Ambulance Service crew was driving to provide back-up to colleagues already at a house in Coalpit Heath when it collided with a Peugeot 107. There was no patient onboard at the time.
The female driver of the car involved in the incident suffered chest injuries, which were not believed to be serious, and two child passengers in the back of the car suffered minor injuries. Another ambulance crew arrived to take them to nearby Frenchay Hospital, where it is understood they were treated and later discharged. A replacement crew was also sent to attend to the patient in Coalpit Heath.
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A spokesman for GWAS confirmed that the trust would be looking into the circumstances of the collision.