A Dorset rapid response vehicle crashed into a Boscombe restaurant last night after swerving to avoid hitting another car. Richard Slee has been to the scene to see the aftermath of the crash.
The South Western Ambulance Service have released a statement following the collision last night with a Dorset restaurant.
– South Western Ambulance Service
The Trust was called to incident at 6.53pm last night (December 19th) at the KOH Restaurant, Christchurch Road, Bournemouth. The incident involved a Rapid Response Vehicle that had left the road and collided with the restaurant. The first ambulance responding to the incident arrived on scene within 6 minutes and one casualty, a male inside the restaurant, sustained chest injuries and was taken to Poole Hospital A&E for treatment. The paramedic in the Rapid Response Vehicle was uninjured but was taken to the Royal Bournemouth Hospital as a precaution.”**
An ambulance car crashed into a restaurant last night, leaving a restaurant customer needing hospital treatment.
The emergency vehicle crashed into the Koh Thai restaurant in Boscombe last night at 6.55pm.
The driver of the ambulance was checked by paramedics and the customer at the restaurant was rushed to Poole Hospital.