Monongalia County ambulance involved in Maryland crash

CUMBERLAND, Md. — An ambulance from Monongalia County was involved in a rollover crash in Cumberland, Maryland Wednesday.

According to a report in the Cumberland Times, the Allegany County Sheriff’s Department investigated the crash that happened around 12:15 p.m. at the intersection of Route 51 and Mexico Farms Road.

Route 51 was closed for about an hour while emergency workers from Mineral and Allegany counties treated the victims and cleared the accident scene.

Four were injured and transported to UPMC Western Maryland. Mon EMS officials confirm their employees were injured and are being evaluated.

No other information has been released.

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