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Ambulance crash in North Hollywood injures four people

Four people were hurt Monday when a Los Angeles Fire Department ambulance collided with another vehicle in North Hollywood.

The ambulance was en route to a call when the crash occurred at Vanowen Street and Vineland Avenue at 9:22 a.m., said LAFD spokesman Cecil Manresa. It was not clear how the collision occurred. Los Angeles Police Department officers were investigating at the crash scene.

Four people, including two fire department employees, were taken to local hospitals by ambulance with injuries described as not life-threatening. 


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