CBS Channel 46 News reported recently that an ambulance suffered not one, but two motor vehicle accidents in the Atlanta metro area on Friday, January 29th in a series of events that a Metro Atlanta ambulance director described as “highly unusual.”
The incidents occurred on Friday, January 29th on the northwest side of Atlanta. The first incident occurred between 6:25 p.m. and 6:35 p.m. Eastern Standard Time (EST) near the intersection of South Cobb Drive and Concord Road in Smyrna, a suburb of Atlanta. The ambulance was hit head-on by a driver that was going around a stopped bus, damaging the front end of the unit.
The ambulance was out of service following the incident due to the damage sustained in the collision, but still drivable. While returning back to their staging point with the ambulance, the EMS crew got in a second accident, this time near the intersection of South Fairground Road and Seminole in Marietta, when a driver ran a stop sign and struck the ambulance with their vehicle. The driver exited his car after that collision and the Marietta Police Department is currently searching for them.
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