Collision on Bullhead Parkway Left Man Injured
BULLHEAD CITY, AZ (January 11, 2022) – An ambulance collision on Bullhead Parkway left Christopher Wayne Cary injured Tuesday morning.
The crash occurred west of Kingman near the Nevada border at around 7:40 a.m.
According to officials, the 52-year-old Christopher Wayne Cary crashed into an AMR ambulance when he crossed the median near Silver creek Road while he was heading southbound.
Paramedics had already taken Cary into Western Arizona Medical Center.
Meanwhile, the ambulance was flipped on its side.
Furthermore, the ambulance passenger was taken to the hospital due to a fracture to his right arm.
Initially, alcohol is a contributing factor on the accident as per police.
An active investigation is still in progress.
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