Two babies unscathed, mums slightly hurt in car-ambulance collision


ALOR STAR: Two babies escaped unhurt while their mothers and three Health Ministry employees were lightly injured after the ambulance they were in collided with a car at Kulim Hi-Tech Park here.

Kedah Fire and Rescue Department assistant director (operations) Mohamadul Ehsan Mohd Zain said a distress call was received at 10.53am on Wednesday (June 23) informing them about the incident.

"A team of six firefighters from Kulim Hi-Tech fire station arrived at the scene," he said.

Mohamadul said the ambulance from Padang Kulim health clinic and the car had collided at a junction.

The babies were found unhurt while their mothers and the Health Ministry team in the ambulance had minor injuries, he added.

The driver of the car, a woman in her 50s, was also slightly injured.

"They were all sent to Kulim Hospital for observation and treatment," Mohamadul added.

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