Two people were killed early Thursday morning in Jupiter after a crash involving an ambulance that rolled over, trapping people inside.
Fire rescue crews arrived at the scene near Indiantown Road and Military Trail around 3 a.m., according to NBC affiliate WPTV. Extraction tools had to be used to get victims out of the ambulance.
Palm Beach County Fire Rescue Capt. Albert Borroto says two people died at the scene, later confirmed to be employees working at the time. A third person was taken to a trauma center for treatment. Witnesses to the crash told local news outlets that a car attempted a U-turn in front of the ambulance.