A 74-year-old lady was slaughtered after she was struck on a pelican crossing by an emergency vehicle reacting to an crisis call, police said today The lady was crossing Shower Street in Reading, Berkshire, at 8pm last night at the point when she wa

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A 74-year-old lady was slaughtered after she was struck on a pelican crossing by an emergency vehicle reacting to an crisis call, police said today
The lady was crossing Shower Street in Reading, Berkshire, at 8pm last night at the point when she was hit by the ambulance, a representative for Thames Valley Police said
The pensioner, who has not been named, was articulated dead at the scene
The paramedics inside the rescue vehicle were unhurt yet are presently on humane leave, a Illustrious Berkshire Rescue vehicle NHS Trust representative said
An examination into the mishap has been propelled by police what’s more, the emergency vehicle trust
Trust boss official Keith Nuttall said: “Our contemplations what’s more, most profound sensitivities are expanded to the family what’s more, companions of the woman who kicked the bucket in this lamentable accident
“A full inward request has started in expansion to a police examination to build up the cause of the accident
“The emergency vehicle staff included are to a great degree bothered by the episode what’s more, are presently on humane leave ”
The rescue vehicle was on its way to a genuine street mishap at the point when the crash happened close to the intersection with Libenrood Road, he added
Police are engaging for witnesses to the mischance to contact them on (0118) 923 1833

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