An ambulance rollover crash sent several people, including an infant, to the hospital. An Eagle Butte Indian Health Services Ambulance crashed at about 4:45 a.m. on Tuesday. It was headed east on I-90.
According to Highway Trooper Chris Regan, the driver fell asleep at the wheel, veered to the right, left the roadway and rear-ended an unoccupied Ford F52 on the side of the road. The ambulance rolled over and landed on its wheels.
There were five people inside, including an infant, the infant's mom, a man, an EMT and the driver. The infant and man were taken to Rapid City Regional Hospital. Regan said an EMT has the worst injuries, including several broken bones and facial cuts, but none are life-threatening.
The driver was not hurt.