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Ambulance Crew Injured After Driver Runs Stop Sign

Ambulance Crew Injured After Driver Runs Stop Sign

Created: November 06, 2019 01:48 PM

An ambulance crew was injured after a driver ran a stop sign and hit them, the Duluth Police Department says. 

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It happened around 10:15 Wednesday morning. Police say the ambulance was driving up Central Entrance with its lights and siren on, but a 19-year-old driver ran a stop sign on Blackman Avenue. 

According to the DPD, the ambulance crew was treated at the hospital for injuries. 

The driver was cited for failure to yield to an emergency vehicle, stop sign violation, driving after revocation, no insurance, and expired registration. 

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