No one was injured, and no arrests had been made as of yesterday morning.
“They’re very lucky…. A little prank like that could really cause somebody to get hurt,” police Capt. Clayton Oxendine said. “When something like that hits the windshield, it’s a natural reaction to jerk the steering wheel. It could cause the person to lose control of their vehicle, and they could hit someone else.”
The ambulance was hit about 1:15 a.m. Thursday as it took a passenger to Southeastern Regional Medical Center, according to Greg Bounds, the assistant EMS director for Robeson County.