SPOKANE - A crash between an SUV and AMR ambulance briefly shut down an intersection on Spokane?s South Hill Wednesday morning.
The crash happened just after 4 a.m. at Southeast Boulevard and 29th.
Spokane Police say the driver of the Honda SUV was traveling north on Southeast Boulevard and drove through a flashing red light just as the AMR ambulance, traveling east on 29th, was driving through on a flashing yellow.
The ambulance crashed into the SUV, sending it into a nearby building.
Two people from the SUV and two paramedics were sent to the hospital. The ambulance was not carrying a patient.
Police do not think drugs or alcohol is a factor in this crash. The driver of the SUV will be cited for not stopping at a flashing red light.
The intersection was shut down for about ninety minutes.
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