AN AMBULANCE was in collision with a car on its way to a 999 crash call.
An 18-year-old woman travelling with a young child in a Vauxhall Corsa suffered a broken arm and leg injuries in the smash on July 21.
Paramedics had turned on the blue flashing lights and were on their way to another crash when the accident happened in Gwynfryn, near Wrexham, just after 2.30pm.
Back-up crews had to be called out to tend to the car driver, who was taken to Wrexham Maelor Hospital to be treated. The child was treated for shock.
An ambulance service spokesman said paramedics were uninjured.
Another crew had to attend the scene of the original crash involving a car which flipped on to its roof just after 2.20pm.
Emergency crews were forced to close one side of the A5104 between Llandegla and Bryneglwys while firefighters released the casualties, a man and a woman.
The air ambulance helicopter was also scrambled but the woman, who suffered a knee injury, and the man, who was taken to hospital as a precaution, both went by road ambulance.