Shot hits Tulsa ambulance

Ponca City Now - December 2, 2014 7:05 am

TULSA, Okla. (AP) – Oklahoma medical authorities say no one was injured when the window of an ambulance was shot out while two medics were inside.

An Emergency Medical Services Authority spokesman said Monday that the front passenger-side window of the vehicle was shot over the weekend. No patients were inside.

He says the emergency medical technician and the paramedic were waiting in a selected area for a call.

A Tulsa police spokeswoman says officers believe a pellet gun might have been used.

No arrests have been reported.

 

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