Three Injured in Head-on Collision along Holbens Road in Lynn Township

Three People Injured  in Lynn Township Ambulance Crash With Minivan 

Lynn Township Ambulance Crash

Three Injured in Head-on Collision along Holbens Road in Lynn Township

Lynn Township, Pennsylvania (August 8, 2017) – A serious crash at the intersection of Kristler Valley and Holbens roads in Lehigh County on Saturday left several people injured.

The collision occurred at about 2:15 p.m. August 5, 2017. The head-on collision involved an ambulance and a minivan.

Emergency crew responding to the incident confirmed that the driver of the minivan was seriously injured.

The ambulance belonged to Cetronia Ambulance Corps, and its driver and paramedic were rushed to the hospital.

According to Cetronia Ambulance Corps Chief Operating Officer Robert Mateff, both employees were well and recovering. He said the crew was not responding to a call when the collision happened.

Pennsylvania State Police are still conducting investigations into the crash.

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