Collision of an ambulance with a passenger car in Grudziądz (Kujawsko-Pomorskie Voivodeship). The driver failed to yield the right of way to the ambulance crew going to the patient with a signal, resulting in a collision. One person was taken to hospital for observation.
The services received a report after 9 a.m. that there was a collision between an ambulance and a passenger car at the intersection of Anna Walentynowicz Street and Legionów Street.
“Collision of an ambulance running on signals with a passenger car at the intersection of Legionów and Anny Walentynowicz streets in Grudziądz. Two paramedics did not suffer any health damage. The driver of the passenger car, after opening the door using hydraulic equipment, was taken to the hospital for tests,” the police station said. Municipal State Fire Service in Grudziądz.
Grudziadz. Collision of an ambulance with a passenger car
Three fire brigades, a medical rescue team and the police worked on site.
– After 9 a.m., at the intersection of Anny Walentynowicz Street and Legionów Street, a 74-year-old resident of Grudziądz, driving a passenger vehicle, did not give way to an ambulance traveling with the signal. The driver was taken to hospital. He was fined, said midshipman Łukasz Kowalczyk, press officer of the Municipal Police Headquarters in Grudziądz.
He added that there were a driver and a rescuer in the ambulance, but nothing happened.
Main photo source: KM PSP in Grudziądz