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Ambulance crash probe under way

Ambulance
The ambulance was badly damaged in the crash in Annan

An investigation has started after an ambulance responding to an emergency call was involved in a crash with a car in the south of Scotland.

The ambulance was not carrying any patients at the time of the incident in Annan at 1940 BST on Monday.

Both the emergency vehicle and the car involved - a blue Vauxhall Corsa - were badly damaged in the crash.

Two ambulance staff and a man and a woman in the car were taken to hospital with minor whiplash injuries.

Police have appealed for witnesses to the crash at traffic lights at the junction of High Street and Lady Street contact them.



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