Ambulance Transporting Patient Crashes With Doctor's Car

By: April Davis
By: April Davis

An ambulance taking a patient to the hospital was involved in a crash in New Bern.

The driver of the other vehicle just happened to be a doctor.The accident happened Sunday morning at the intersection of Highway 17 North and Simmons Street in New Bern. Police say the ambulance was headed to Carolina East Medical Center when it was hit on the passenger side by 69 year-old Dr. George Beckwith.

The driver of the ambulance, 23-year-old Bradley Foster, is charged with failure to see before starting. Additional ambulances responded to transport the original patient and Dr. Beckwith who was treated and released.


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  • by Joe Location: New Bern on Jul 29, 2011 at 08:51 PM
    I have lived in New Bern and trust me these ambulance drivers are very irresponsible and take over the highways and drive like they are running a Nascar race. I am not surprised and it is only a matter of time before they kill someone. I have almost been run off the road on Highway 70 by a white and yellow ambulance. Christ people, take consideration of others when you are on the road. We have rights too.
  • by jerry Location: enc on Jul 26, 2011 at 01:23 PM
    All this needed was a lawyer to hit the rear of the ambulance, because of chasing too close...
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