Jan 10, 2011 9:28 AM by Greg Boyce
HUNLOCK CREEK, Pa. (AP) - Medics say a Pennsylvania man rushing home after his daughter suffered a seizure struck the ambulance carrying the girl, injuring several people.
Ambulance company volunteers say the man crashed nearly head-on into the emergency vehicle Friday night in northeastern Pennsylvania.
Hunlock Creek Volunteer Ambulance Chief Jerry Price tells WNEP-TV that the girl wasn't hurt in the crash. But her father, a passenger in his car, the ambulance driver and an emergency medical technician had to be taken to a hospital.
Emergency officials say the ambulance driver and EMT were released from the hospital. The condition of the girl, her father and his passenger were unavailable.