Largo, FL (September 13, 2018) - Several people were injured following a collision between a car and an ambulance on Thursday, September 13th. The crash was reported around 1:00 am in the northbound lanes of US 19 in Largo.
There are no specific details at this time on how the crash occurred. At least two paramedics were on board the ambulance when the crash occurred. Both paramedics as well as the driver of the vehicle had to be extricated following the crash. Injuries were reported in the crash but they are not believed to be life threatening. All northbound lanes of US 19 were closed while authorities investigated the accident.
There is no further information available at this time.
Automobile accidents are a common occurrence in our state. A reportable crash happens every 92 seconds in Florida. Many of these crashes will involve injury to one or more people involved. When an injury crash occurs, you may have certain legal rights. If you were hurt in the crash, an experienced personal injury attorney can help you receive compensation for your damages, including your medical bills and lost wages if you missed work. You may also be entitled to recover a sum of money for your pain and suffering caused by the crash.
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