School Bus Stuck By Ambulance

A traffic crash involving a school bus and an ambulance has injured 15 people. The accident happened Tuesday morning around 8:30. in Union Township, Indiana. The driver of the ambulance was heading traveling south on County Road 625w when he failed to stop at a stop sign and collided with a school bus that was traveling west on Indiana 130. The bus was transporting 59 students and 3 adults from Memorial Elementary School to Purdue University. The ambulance belonged to Superior Ambulance Company and all of the employees onboard, as well as the patient, were injured in the accident. Twelve students were injured in the crash. Six individuals were treated and released at the scene and the others were transported to the hospital.

The 23-year-old driver of the ambulance ignored the stop sign and did not have the lights or siren turned on. The driver received a citation for failure to yield and has three indefinite license suspensions on his record. Representatives for Superior Ambulance were not available to comment on the accident.

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