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Devon boy, 14, charged after ambulance hit by lager can

A 14-year-old boy has been charged with endangering life after an ambulance answering a 999 call was hit by a can of lager thrown from a bridge in Devon.

The vehicle had its windscreen smashed in the incident on Besigheim Way in Newton Abbot at 2150 GMT on March 27.

A police spokesman said the ambulance driver was left "very shaken".

The teenager, from Newton Abbot, has also been charged with criminal damage and is due to appear at the town's youth court on 19 May.



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