GREENSBORO, N.C. — Police are investigating after a car carrying a person involved in a shooting crashed into Moses Cone Hospital in Greensboro on Wednesday night.
Officers responded to Patio Place just before midnight in reference to a shooting. They were told that the gunshot wound victim had been driven to the hospital.
Upon arriving at Moses Cone Hospital, the driver of the vehicle crashed through the ambulance entrance at the hospital.
The driver crashed through two sets of glass doors used to bring patients into the emergency department.
Police say the victim’s gunshot wound is non-life threatening.
No one was injured in the crash.
Crews are installing wood doors as a temporary fix.
Moses Cone Hospital issued a statement on Thursday:
“At around midnight, a car crashed through the ambulance entrance of The Moses H Cone Memorial Hospital. No one was injured. The car crashed through two sets of glass doors used by ambulance crews to bring patients into the emergency department. Ambulances were able to use other areas of the hospital to bring patients and the emergency department has remained open. “