Boy, 17, rushed to hospital after being hit by an AMBULANCE in horror crash | The Sun

A 17-YEAR-OLD boy has been rushed to hospital after being hit by an ambulance in a horror crash.

The shocking collision happened just after 7pm last night at the junction of Wellington Road South and Greek Street in Manchester.

The teenager was walking when he was hit by the emergency service vehicle, according to a North West Ambulance Service spokesperson.

He suffered a head injury and was taken to hospital "as a precaution".

Cops from the Serious Collision Investigation Unit were also called to the scene.

While a Greater Manchester Police spokesperson confirmed that the road was shut off after the crash.

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Eyewitnesses reported seeing a cordon in place on Greek Street near the junction with the main road, which was reportedly in place for a number of hours.

An investigation into the incident is now underway.

In a statement, a North West Ambulance spokesperson said: "At around 19.20 last night, an ambulance was involved in a collision with a pedestrian on Wellington Road South, Stockport.

"A 17-year-old male suffered a head injury and was taken to the hospital as a precaution. We are helping the police with their investigation and hope the patient makes a full recovery."

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