It was reported that two ambulances collide while responding to water rescue in Hardin County
The crash happened on the Joe Prather Highway in Elizabethtown while responding to a water rescue. The crew responded to a distress call from the neighborhood and arrived attempting the rescue. Unfortunately, the water rescue ended up with four rescue crew members being injuries by two Hardin County ambulances crash, police said.
According to the police, it happened as EMS was heading to Cartwright Estates near the Bullitt County line. There is a traffic delay on the route. The delay has extended to US 62. If you are driving south out of Louisville, be aware of this accident in Hardin County. You could be delayed getting to your destination.
First responders arrived early at the crash site, Kentucky State police said. Both ambulance crews have also been taken to the hospital. That’s a total of four people. Their conditions are not yet known. However, it’s not clear what happened with the water rescue. Valley Creek and Central Hardin Crews are also responding to a water rescue on Miller Road. The authorities are still investigating on the cause of the crash.
Dr. Brian Elias, from The Accident and Injury Team, comments on this crash. “It’s unfortunate that there were this many injuries from an accident like this. We hope that the investigation is quickly finished and that the injuries to those that survived this crash aren’t too severe. If you are unsure of what to do when you’ve been involved in an accident, please give our team a call. We can treat your injuries and also, if you wish, refer you to a very competent attorney in case you have a legal claim. Since we are NOT an attorney referral service, we have no interest in your legal claim beyond trying to help you obtain the best attorney to help you.”
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