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Update: Haskell Ambulance Flipped, Three Taken to Hospital

An ambulance from Haskell County has flipped on HWY 277.
2:40 p.m. Update

We have a final update on the Haskell ambulance that flipped on HWY 277 near Anson. 

There were three involved in the crash, including one patient. 

The ambulance was headed south when wet roads caused the ambulance to lose traction and flip onto its side.

The driver was able to exit the vehicle through the window. 

All three occupants were taken to Hendrick with non-life threatening injuries. 

2:20 p.m. Update
Crews have lifted the ambulance back into it's upright position.

We are still waiting to hear about the conditions of those involved in the accident.

2:11 p.m. Update

The ambulance that flipped on HWY 277 close to the Jesus Saves Church near Anson is from Haskell County. 

There are some reports of injuries coming in, but the severity of the injuries and how many are injured has not been confirmed. 

We will keep you informed.

Original Story

Reports have been coming in that and ambulance has flipped on HWY 277. 

The accident occurred close to the Jesus Saves Church near Anson.

We have crews on the scene and will provide more details as they come in.

At this time, no injuries have been reported. 
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