Two people taken to hospital after hit by EMSA unit in SE Oklahoma City

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Officials with the Oklahoma City Police Department tell News 4 two people were riding on a bicycle and pulled out in front of an EMSA ambulance. 

OKLAHOMA CITY – Two people were taken to the hospital after they were hit by an EMSA unit in southeast Oklahoma City.

Emergency crews responded to the area near SE 29th and Durland just before 4 a.m.

Officials with the Oklahoma City Police Department tell News 4 two people were riding on a bicycle and pulled out in front of an EMSA ambulance.

The driver slammed on the brakes and tried to swerve, but hit the bicycle.

Both people on the bicycle were taken to the hospital. They were not seriously injured. The EMSA crew was not injured.

Officials with EMSA sent News 4 this statement regarding the incident:

“This morning, at  3:55 AM, an EMSA ambulance was involved in a collision with two bicyclists near SE 29th Street and S Durland Avenue.  Two EMSA crews responded to the incident and transported two patients emergency status to a local hospital. The EMSA crew involved was not injured.  EMSA is cooperating with police as they investigate the incident.”
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