GRAHAM, Wash. - A Graham Fire and Rescue ambulance was damaged early Saturday when the car collided with an elk on the highway.
The car was responding to a medical call around 4:30 a.m. driving on a highway when it collided with an elk. The two firefighters in the vehicle were uninjured but the elk was killed in the accident.
The ambulance was damaged.
GRAHAM FIRE PARAMEDIC UNIT VS. ELK— Graham Fire & Rescue (@GrahamFireWa) September 14, 2019
This morning at 4:26 a.m., E-93 and M-94 were dispatched to a medical call.
M-94 collided with an elk in the 24000 block of O.K HWY.
The 2 firefighters were uninjured. Unfortunately the elk did not survive. pic.twitter.com/zTNPQ2SD8a
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