CLEARCREEK TOWNSHIP, OH (FOX19) - Five people were injured after a crash involving an ambulance on State Route 122 Friday morning, according to Ohio State Patrol troopers.
The three vehicle collision happened near Hart Road shortly before 8 a.m.
A City of Lebanon Medic Unity was involved in the accident while transporting a patient to Atrium Medical Center.
Officials said a Ford F250, operated by Jesse Jones, 21, was traveling eastbound on SR 122. He was unable to stop in time from striking an Infinity G37, being driven by Branden Baker, 17, who was stopped for the approaching ambulance.
Jones swerved left of center, side swiped the silver Infinity and struck the ambulance head on. Jones was injured and taken to Atrium Hospital. Baker was not injured.
The ambulance had four occupants in the vehicle, including the driver and medic, who were all injured and taken to Atrium Hospital.
Marjorie Bottorff, 52, who was being transported in the back of the ambulance due to a medical emergency was also injured and taken to Atrium Hospital.
There is no word on their conditions.
The State Highway Patrol is investigating the accident.