Slushy road conditions lead to ambulance rollover crash
WATERVLIET TWP., Mich.—During a non-priority patient transport late Saturday afternoon, a medic lost control of an ambulance travelling westbound on I-94.
22-year-old medic Andrew Sack was driving a Pride Care Ambulance on I-94 when he lost control of the vehicle due to a slushy-snow mix on the interstate’s shoulder, says the Berrien County’s Sheriff’s Office.
Deputies say Sack sustained lacerations to his head when the ambulance rolled over.
The other medic, 21-year-old Kyle Roberston did not appear to have sustained extensive injuries.
Deputies did not comment on the nature or extent of the 69-year-old female patient's injuries.
However, they did say that all three were transported via another ambulance to the hospital, where they received treatment for non-life threatening injuries.