A Brown Ambulance Service driver is home and recovering today after a Thursday night collision in Lexington.
April Claypool, 22, was driving the Harrison County ambulance carrying a patient around 11 p.m., when a white Chevrolet vehicle hit the passenger side of the ambulance at the intersection of Broadway and New Circle Road in Lexington.
Claypool was transported to the University of Kentucky-Chandler Hospital, where she was released Friday morning.
According to Brown Ambulance Service paramedic Alitia Hill, Claypool suffered from a concussion.
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