A car careered into a wall and flipped on to its side after crashing with an ambulance.
The incident occurred at around 9.30 on Friday early morning when the ambulance, which was on blue lights and responding to an unexpected emergency incident, was travelling by way of a chaotic junction in Preston.
The driver of the auto was taken to clinic with important trauma and a police investigation has now been released.
A street closure was place in spot but was lifted just prior to midday, with police staying on scene while recovery is carried out.
An ambulance services spokesperson said: “At around 9.30am on Friday, an ambulance responding to an incident on blue lights has been included in a collision with a further motor vehicle as it was travelling as a result of the junction of Plungington Road and Aqueduct Avenue, Preston.
“The motorist in the other vehicle has been transported to Royal Preston Medical center and is remaining handled for main trauma.
“The two ambulance crew associates are shaken but unharmed.
“We’re assisting the law enforcement with their investigation to ascertain the whole situation of the incident and hope the motorist tends to make a complete restoration.”
A spokesperson for the police stated: “We have been named to Plungington Road, Preston, at 9.28am today (June 17) to a major collision involving a motor vehicle and an ambulance.
“Any person with facts need to connect with police on 101, quoting log 0357 of June 17, 2022.”
The hearth assistance also attended and ended up demanded to cut the motorist from his motor vehicle.
A spokesperson stated: “At 9.35am on June 17, just one fire engine from Preston attended a road site visitors collision on Aqueduct Avenue, Preston.
“The incident involved two motor vehicles.
“1 casualty was introduced from their car and conveyed to the healthcare facility.
“Two other casualties gained remedy at the scene.
“Firefighters made use of Holmatro chopping products at this incident.
“They have been in attendance for forty minutes.”