COUDERSPORT — A Tri-Town ambulance from Ulysses was involved in a two-vehicle crash with a passenger vehicle on Tuesday morning.
According to the Coudersport Volunteer Fire Department, the Sabinsville ambulance was returning from a call and came upon the crash. Department officials said the Tri-Town ambulance was responding to a vehicle crash in Harrison Township when the crash happened.
Ambulance crews immediately began to take care of the patient in the passenger vehicle.
The patient was removed from the vehicle and taken to UPMC Cole while the three people in the Tri-Town ambulance were checked out as well.
One person refused treatment, while the other two were taken to UPMC Cole for evaluation and treatment of minor injuries. Both vehicles involved in the crash were disabled and had to be towed from the scene, department officials noted.
Crews were able to mitigate and control fluids on the highway and provided traffic control until the roadway could be opened.
Assisting at the scene was the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation, a towing service, and Coudersport-based state police.