1 Dead, 9 Others Hurt After T-Bone Crash Ambulance Overturns on Brooklyn Street

The crash was caught on video by a surveillance camera positioned nearby

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A 95-year-old woman riding in the back of an ambulance is dead and at least nine others were injured in Brooklyn on Sunday when the aid vehicle flipped after a t-bone crash with a sedan.

The collision occurred around 3 p.m. in the Flatlands section of the borough at the intersection of Avenue N and Schenectady Avenue.

With its lights and sirens on, police said the ambulance was traveling westbound on Avenue N when it drove through a red light. That's when a Nissan sedan traveling eastbound entered the intersection and struck the ambulance, causing the ambulance to flip onto its side.

The driver and six ambulance workers inside, as well as the driver and passenger inside the sedan, were injured and taken to nearby hospitals for treatment, according to the NYPD.

A nearby surveillance camera captured the moment the two vehicle's collided in the Flatlands intersection.

A 95-year-old woman riding in the ambulance who was in cardiac arrest died, police said.

The ambulance was en route to Mount Sinai Brooklyn at the time of the crash.

A woman died and eight other people were injured after an ambulance was t-boned traveling through a Brooklyn intersection. NBC New York's Anjail Hemphill reports.
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