Ambulance on 999 call crashes into sign on A14 slip road
- Credit: Archant Norfolk
An ambulance on blue lights crashed into a road sign on a slip road off the A14 in Suffolk last night.
No-one was hurt in the collision, which happened on the Elmswell slip road at around 5.15pm, and traffic was not held up as a result.
No patients were on board at the time but the ambulance was responding to a 999 call, although bosses could not say which type of emergency they had been sent to.
A spokesman for the East of England Ambulance Service said: “At about 5.15pm yesterday an ambulance was involved in a collision with a road sign off the Elmswell slip road of the A14.
“The ambulance was en route to a patient.
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“Another ambulance was arranged for the patient as a result of the collision.”
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