GREENSBORO, N.C. — Three people, including a pedestrian, were injured in a crash involving a city truck, an ambulance and a Honda Accord on Wednesday afternoon.
Police say the ambulance was traveling east on West Florida Street with its lights on and siren activated around 1 p.m. when it collided with the Honda Accord that was going south on Freeman Mill Road.
The ambulance had cleared and entered the intersection when it collided with the accord. The ambulance then struck a City of Greensboro work truck.
The Accord struck a utility pole and debris from the accident struck a pedestrian standing near the pole. The pedestrian, an occupant inside the Accord and an occupant inside the ambulance were taken to the hospital for treatment.
Their injuries were non-life threatening, police said.
Investigators said the crash is under investigation.