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Teen hurt in ambulance crash

A car crash claim may be made after a car collided with an ambulance in Pulborough on Saturday.

The car accident happened at 11.55am when the emergency vehicle was responding to an emergency call on the A283 at Marehill, Pulborough.

The ambulance collided with a Mini Cooper which was being driven by a 17-year-old girl.

Both the mini-cooper driver and her 47-year-old passenger were injured in the crash and were taken to Worthing Hospital suffering from concussion and bruising.

The 42-year-old ambulance driver suffered minor injuries in the collision while her colleague and the patient they were transporting were uninjured.

Witnesses to the car accident are being asked to contact Sussex Police on 0845 60 70 999 quoting reference 719 of 18/19.

A car crash claim could be made once liability for the accident has been determined.



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