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Three Dead in Carlsbad Ambulance Crash

Destiny Baker3 years ago

Three people have been confirmed dead after an ambulance crashed and caught fire near Carlsbad, Texas.

About the Fatal Ambulance Accident

According to the San Angelo Standard-Times, two brothers from San Angelo and a paramedic are dead, and another paramedic has been hospitalized with incapacitating injuries after an ambulance slid of the road early Tuesday morning.

The ambulance was driving southbound along U.S. 87 when the driver lost control and crashed. The vehicle was engulfed in flames of the right side of the interstate about two miles south of Carlsbad.

The 52-year-old paramedic, Raymond Bernard Allison, was pronounced dead at the scene, as were brothers Jose Cruz Gonzales Gurrola, 45, and Anacleto Gonzalez Gurrola, 43. Anacleto was accompanying his brother Jose who was a patient in the ambulance.

The vehicle's driver, Joann Adamiak Moore, 45, is being treated in Shannon Medical Center.

Authorities Investigate the Carlsbad Accident

  • The Texas Department of Safety responded to the scene of the accident and was assisted by Grape Creek volunteer firefighters, Tom Green County Sheriff deputies and San Angelo EMS responders.
  • It appears the ambulance, which was on an emergency call, hit a patch of ice before losing control.
  • The speed limit at the area is 75 mph – it is currently unclear how fast the ambulance was traveling.


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