CHICAGO (CBS) — An ambulance and Chicago Police vehicle collided in Homan Square Saturday night.
The Chicago Fire Department ambulance and police vehicle were both responding to a shooting in the 3400 block of West Grenshaw when they crashed in the intersection after 10 p.m.READ MORE: CBS 2 Investigators: CPD Search Warrants Targeted Black Men More Than 4.5 Times More Often Than Anyone Else, New Watchdog Report Finds
Chicago fire department ambulance flipped onto its side after it was struck by a police SUV. At least one officer injured in what was described as a pin in crash on police radio. Officer was responding to call of three people shot. @cbschicago #Cpd #CFD pic.twitter.com/2tOuKc7Ccy
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The ambulance flipped on its side, and two paramedics were taken to a hospital with non-life threatening injuries.MORE NEWS: Colorful Murals Adorn Open Center For The Arts In Little Village
Two police officers were also taken to a nearby hospital with non-life threatening injuries.