Ambulance Crash in VA Kills EMT, Patient

A collision involving an ambulance and a cement-mixing truck on Friday afternoon killed the EMT driver, the patient, and injured another medical technician in Buckingham County, Virginia, according to a report from WDBJ-TV.

The report indicates that the collision occured at approximately 12:20 p.m. The EMT driving the ambulance, Timothy Southern of Waynesboro, died at the accident scene. The patient being transported in the ambulance and another EMT in the back of the ambulance were flown to UVA Hospital in Charlottesville. The patient, Howard Watson of Dillwyn, died after arriving at the hospital. Heath Davis, the medical technician from Dillwyn, reamains in the hospital in serious condition.

The cement truck driver was not injured in the crash.

Read more about this incident HERE.

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