- A window was smashed as paramedics rushed to help someone with breathing difficulties.
- The ambulance was travelling with the blue lights flashing.
- It'll cost hundreds of pounds to fix.
An ambulance window has been smashed as the crew were responding to a 999 call.
The paramedics were travelling using their blue lights to help a patient with breathing difficulties.
It happened on Collector Road in Castle Bromwich, Birmingham, at about 8.50pm last night.
The ambulance now isn't on the road, and it will cost hundreds of pounds to repair.
The ambulance service remains baffled,
CCTV from the ambulance has been passed to the police.