Ambulance hits woman on way to 911 call in Manhattan

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Saturday, January 24, 2015
An FDNY-EMS ambulance hit a pedestrian on 35th and Broadway in Manhattan on Friday.

NEW YORK (WABC) -- Police say an ambulance on the way to an emergency struck a pedestrian in Manhattan.

Investigators say the FDNY-EMS ambulance was responding to a 911 call with its lights and sirens on when it hit the 69-year-old woman near 35th Street and Broadway.

The driver stayed at the scene and another ambulance took the victim to Bellevue Hospital in serious condition.