2nd EMT injured in Bell Ambulance crash is now recovering at home
By: CBS 58 Newsroom
Posted: Jan 5, 2022 12:31 PM CDT
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The crash happened on Dec. 7, near 54th and Villard.
Bell Ambulance says, the MCTS bus crashed into the parked ambulance with its emergency lights on, while two EMTs were performing patient care in the back of the ambulance.
Both EMTs were injured. One returned to work this week in the office.
Bell Ambulance says it is looking forward to the day that both EMTs are back serving the community.
Bell Ambulance thanks the Milwaukee Fire Department, Milwaukee Police Department, and all the caregivers at Froedtert Hospital for this positive outcome.