Three injured in Dublin ambulance accident
- 30 April 2014
- From the section Europe
An investigation has been launched after an ambulance was involved in a crash in Dublin on Wednesday.
Three people taken to hospital after the emergency response vehicle was in collision with a car before hitting a wall in Rathfarnham.
Two paramedics and a civilian were injured in the crash, which occurred shortly before 09:00 BST.
Their injuries are not believed to be life-threatening. No patients were on board the ambulance at the time.
A reserve ambulance was deployed to cover the area of the city normally covered by the vehicle involved in the incident.