Six people were injured, including two with life-threatening injuries.
Daily Record/Sunday News
Jan 23, 2007 — Six people were injured – including two seriously – when an ambulance collided with a vehicle at routes 30 and 616 in West Manchester Township this morning. The York County Coroner’s Office has been called to investigate.
The crash occurred shortly before 10 a.m. when an ambulance from Biglerville, Adams County, was traveling east on U.S. Route 30, collided with a Chevy Impala SS, which had turned right from Route 616, according to emergency officials. The ambulance had front-end damage after striking the Impala on the driver’s side. Six people were transported to area hospitals, according to George Boyer, fire chief with the Shiloh Fire Department. Two of the injuries were life-threatening, he said. The accident blocked the eastbound lane of Route 30, causing traffic delays. West Manchester Township police are investigating the crash.