From The Courier;
Four in ambulance injured in wreck
By ERIC SCHAADT
Three Hanco ambulance workers and a patient they were transporting were all taken to the hospital after the ambulance collided with a car at 2:38 p.m. Tuesday at the intersection of Ohio 12 and Hancock County 236, the Findlay Police Department said.
The patient, Logan Bennett, 15, of Findlay, was in the intensive care unit at Blanchard Valley Hospital on Tuesday night. His condition was not released by the hospital. It was not known if he was in the ICU because of injuries from the crash.
The teenager was being transported by Hanco from the Arcadia area to Blanchard Valley, police said.
Also taken to the Findlay hospital were the ambulance driver, Catherine Nye, 30, of Bluffton, and two more Hanco employees, Darron Moe, 42, of Forest, and Ryan Harmon, 26, of Findlay.
The conditions of the trio were not released by the hospital.
According to police, the ambulance was traveling west on Ohio 12, and a Mazda driven by Ryan Kramb, 32, of Findlay, was northbound on County 236 when Kramb's auto struck the side of the ambulance in the intersection.
Police said Tuesday night the crash remained under investigation and statements were still being collected.
The matter has been referred to the city prosecutor's office for review of possible charges, according to police.