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Fire truck and ambulance crash, three injured

Posted: Sunday, May 6, 2012 12:18 pm | Updated: 9:59 am, Mon May 7, 2012.

OVID TWP. — Three emergency workers were taken to Sparrow Health System in Lansing after an Ovid-Middlebury Fire Department truck and an ambulance crashed Sunday morning.

Clinton County Sheriff’s Office Sgt. Jeff Clarke said the vehicles were responding to a call for house fire — it ended up being a chimney fire — shortly after 10 a.m. They were traveling south on Shepardsville Road when they collided while attempting to turn onto Taft Road.

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