Ambulance veers off I-170 near Delmar Blvd

UNIVERSITY CITY, MO – KSDK reports that three people were inside an ambulance went it strayed off the road and crashed into trees before coming to a rest in a parking lot.

Police and firefighters were dispatched to the parking lot of Renew Centennial after receiving a call concerning an accident involving an ambulance.  When they arrived at the site, they found two paramedics and one patient inside the ambulance.

All three people in the ambulance at the time of the crash were taken to area hospitals. No serious injuries have been reported so far.

The incident is currently under investigation by the police.

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