A woman driving the wrong way on Interstate 5 near Georgetown was killed after a crash with an ambulance.
Four northbound lanes reopened around 6:30 a.m. after a four-hour closure of all northbound lanes. One lane remains closed as traffic crews work to clear the scene.
The woman was driving a Ford Expedition SUV when it and the ambulance collided near Michigan Street around 2 a.m.
Three people, including a patient, were in the ambulance during the crash, but they are OK.
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