Two paramedics were hurt when one of Collier County’s (Florida) new ambulances overturned Thursday during a training exercise at the vehicle test track in Golden Gate Estates. The paramedics were taken to Lee Memorial Hospital after the 10:30 a.m. rollover. They were released later with minor injuries, Emergency Medical Services Commander Jorge Aguilera said. Sheriff’s deputies say driver Stephanie Loving, 28, was trying to maneuver through a turn during a training exercise. The tires left the pavement, slid onto the grass and returned to the road, flipping onto its passenger side, reports say. Loving and Roy Billington, 49, who was in the rear of the ambulance, were flown to Lee Memorial Hospital in Fort Myers. Juan Ortega, 49, the front seat passenger, Yani Pena and Christy Gomez, both 27, were treated for minor injuries at the scene. Damage to the Sterling ambulance, which cost around $100,000, wasn’t available from reports. Aguilera said it was one of six new ambulances. Aguilera said a county review board will look at the cause of the rollover.