2 L.A. paramedics among 4 hurt in violent collision

4 individuals injured, including 2 paramedics, in a severe crash in L.A.

Early Sunday morning, a collision occurred between an ambulance and a pickup truck, resulting in four individuals being hospitalized, including two paramedics responding to the emergency.

As reported by the Los Angeles Fire Department, a pickup truck collided with an LAFD Paramedic Rescue ambulance while it was responding to a medical emergency. The accident occurred at Van Nuys Boulevard and San Fernando Road around 12:35 a.m.

After the accident, the pickup truck lost control and smashed into a utility pole, causing two individuals inside the car to become trapped.

According to a statement released by LAFD, the truck involved in the accident was severely damaged, leaving the two adult male occupants badly trapped in the wreckage. However, they were later rescued by a team of skilled LAFD responders who worked tirelessly to free them.

After sustaining severe injuries, both men were urgently taken to a nearby hospital, where they were in critical condition.

After the ambulance crashed, the two LAFD paramedics extricated themselves from the wreckage. Fortunately, their injuries were not life-threatening, and they were taken to a nearby hospital for treatment.

According to the fire department, the paramedic team was on their way to attend a medical emergency, but another LAFD crew resolved it promptly.

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