VIDEO: Crash involving two ambulances on Rt. 414 in Hornby

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UPDATE (12:06 p.m.): According to New York State Police, four people were injured in Tuesday night’s ambulance crash.

One of the drivers, 48-year-old Julie Sharp of Big Flats, was flown to Robert Packer Hospital after the driver’s side of her vehicle was struck. The second ambulance driver, 28-year-old Daryl Rose of Wayland, and two other passengers were transported to the hospital for observation.

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UPDATE (11:08 a.m.): According to the AMR Corning Facebook page, North Corning Fire Department and the Hornby Volunteer Fire Company responded to the crash. 

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UPDATE (9:26 a.m.): According to the North Corning Fire Department, Chief 43 arrived at the scene within minutes and reported there was no rollover. 

The chief requested to set up a landing zone for the helicopter at Farenbaugh campground. Upon arrival, they were directed to unhook battery on one of the ambulances. B&W towing was requested for vehicle recovery. 

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Route 414 in Beaver Dams was closed off due to a collision involving two AMR ambulances. All traffic was directed into the closed Dandy Mini Mart on Rt. 414 across from Backer Road. 

Residents traveling home were forced to wait an extended period of time before traffic eased up.

At approximately 11:15 p.m. all traffic was allowed to travel westbound toward  I-86. 

North Corning, Beaver Dams, and Hornby fire departments were all on the scene. The department is not releasing any information at this time.

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