Cornell, Wisconsin (WXOW) - All three people in a Cornell Ambulance were injured when it crashed early Tuesday morning.
The Chippewa County Sheriff's Office says that during the freezing rain event that covered most of the Chippewa Valley this morning, at around 7 a.m. the Cornell Ambulance responded to a EMS call in the City of Cornell for a report of a patient having chest pain.
The Cornell Ambulance had loaded the patient and began their transport to St. Joseph's Hospital in Chippewa Falls. As the ambulance approached the intersection of Baribeua Road and Johnson Road the ambulance slid down the hill and off the roadway striking a number of trees.
The driver of the ambulance, the EMT treating the patient in the rear of the ambulance as well as the patient suffered injury in the crash. Paramedic units from the City of Chippewa Falls, Chippewa Fire District and an ambulance from Cadott responded to the scene.
It is believed no injuries are life threatening to any of the people involved.
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