Three injured after Detroit EMS t-boned by SUV on city's west side

Posted at 8:08 PM, Jul 23, 2017

Two Detroit EMS workers and another woman were injured after an EMS rig was t-boned by an SUV on Sunday night.

According to police, the EMS was responding to a run around 7 p.m. near Tireman and Northfield on the city's west side when a woman speeding in an SUV ran into them.

The EMS workers were treated and released from the hospital, while the woman is still in temporary serious condition at Henry Ford Hospital.