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Ambulance, Sewer Truck Involved in Crash



    Ambulance, Sewer Truck Involved in Crash
    NBC Boston

    A Massachusetts ambulance with a patient inside was involved in a crash with a sewer truck on Friday morning, police confirmed.

    Dudley police said it happened at Schofield Avenue and West Main Street around 10:15 a.m. Police said the first vehicle, a 2003 Mack truck operated by Brian Spafford, 61, of Worcester, was traveling south from Village Street toward Schofield Avenue. The second vehicle, a 2016 town of Dudley ambulance operated by Dudley firefighter Lyle McKay, 30, was traveling east on West Main Street toward Webster. 

    Also on board the ambulance were Dudley firefighter Maria Soja, 33, and a 71-year-old female patient.

    All of the occupants of the ambulance were taken to area hospitals for treatment of non-life-threatening injuries. The driver of the Mack truck was uninjured.

    The intersection was closed for several hours. The cause of the crash remains under investigation.

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