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One Dead After Pickup Truck and Ambulance Collide

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One man is dead after a collision between an ambulance and a pickup truck at the intersection of Campbell and Florida Avenue in Lynchburg, Virginia (VA). According to WSET, the ambulance ran a red light and struck the pickup truck, causing it to overturn.  The driver of the pickup truck, Dean Anders, was not wearing a seat belt and died at the scene.
 

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The driver and all others in the ambulance, including a patient, were taken to the hospital with minor injuries, and the ambulance driver has been charged.


This wreck brings to light the dangers with emergency vehicles. The article does not state whether the ambulance had its lights or sirens activated. However, there is also an inherent responsibility when driving an emergency vehicle. This is especially, true when approaching intersections. Drivers that do not have an immediate view of the emergency vehicle may not be aware that it is approaching. 
 
The family of the deceased may want to speak to a Virginia wrongful death lawyer to discuss their options for filing a wrongful death claim. They might also want to read this free guide prepared by an experienced wrongful death attorney.

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Richard N. Shapiro
Personal Injury & Wrongful Death Lawyer Serving Va Beach, Norfolk, Chesapeake & all of Virginia
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