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Emergency responders injured in ambulance collision

LAWTON, Okla._Two EMTs were taken to the hospital Wednesday night following a collision.

 Police say the two were northbound on Sheridan Road while heading to a call. The ambulance’s lights and sirens were activated when it collided with a westbound driver on Ferris Avenue. Police say that driver did have a green light, but failed to yield to emergency personnel. The driver was not injured. 

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