An ambulance that crashed into a house in Brisbane’s inner west has killed one person and left three others injured, police say.
Key points:The crash occurred at about 9.30am on Wednesday in a property on a cul-de-sac in a residential street near the town of WurrafaxRoads reopened to traffic on Thursday morningThe driver was pronounced dead at the scene, while three others have been taken to the Royal Brisbane and Women’s HospitalEmergency services are still treating the driver’s body as he was pronounced at the siteThe ambulance, which was not a standard ambulatory vehicle, was in a cul de-sac about 15 metres from the house when it crashed, the police said.
It was not clear if the occupants were home at the time.
The driver of the ambulance was pronounced deceased at the hospital, while the driver of another vehicle was taken to Royal Brisbane Hospital.
Three others who were inside the house at the same time were taken to hospitals.
Emergency services were still treating both victims at the moment.
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