Police say the driver of the vehicle had the right of way and was in the intersection at the time of the crash.
An EMT died Monday morning when an ambulance transporting a patient was struck by a vehicle.
After the impact, the ambulance rolled on its side and partially ejected EMT Mousa Chaban, of Mishawaka, who was riding in the back. The ambulance then struck a 2013 Dodge Dart on the driver's side, causing it to roll onto its passenger side. The Dodge Dart, driven by 30-year-old Joseph Farrar of Brownsburg, was attempting to turn north onto US 31 from East Ind. 218 and had the right-of-way in the intersection, according to the release.More news: Trump's trip to Davos meeting appears to be on
The patient and the infant's mother were also in the back of the ambulance.
Wesner and Chaban were working for Tri-County Ambulance Service based in Wakarusa. State police say a preliminary investigation found the 26-year-old woman driving the ambulance fell asleep at the wheel before running a red light.
The patient and the mother weren't injured in the crash.More news: United States officials delay departure to Davos meeting amid shutdown
Farrar was transported by ambulance to a Peru hospital with a broken collar bone. A passenger in the Dart, Jesse Wilkins, 20, was also injured, transported to the hospital for a non-life threatening head injury.
Indiana State Police report that an ambulance transferring a mother and child between hospitals this (Monday) morning crashed in Miami County killing one EMT.
The crash is under investigation. At this time, police don't think that alcohol or narcotics contributed to the crash.More news: What Do Analysts Suggest For Wells Fargo & Company