HOUSTON, TX – One rider was seriously hurt after two motorcyclists collided with an ambulance in southeast Houston on Sunday afternoon.
According to ABC 13, The ambulance was en route to the hospital at about 1 p.m. when the two motorcyclists failed to yield the right of way as they turned from Calhoun Road to Griggs Road.
Both motorcycles collided with the ambulance, one of which T-boned the vehicle. That driver was rushed to the hospital with unknown injuries. No one in the ambulance, including the patient, was injured in the crash.
The condition of the second motorcyclist is unclear. Initial reports were that one person had died in the crash. Further investigation proved that no fatalities occurred.
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