A ten-year-old little girl was hit by an ambulance on a 999 call in Nottingham and died after nine days in the hospital.
The little girl named Shaniqua Loftman-Smith was wandering on December 22 around 6.30 pm while she was crash into by the vehicle as it acknowledged to an emergency.
The girl was taken to hospital in a dangerous condition, but police reported today she has sorrowfully died from her wounds.
‘Nottinghamshire Police would like to give their condolences to the girl’s family, who have asked for privacy at this hard time,’ a Nottinghamshire Police representative stated.
‘Deputies from Nottinghamshire Police’s Serious Collision Investigation Unit are proceeding interrogations into the events surrounding the incident.’
Offensive images from the incident explained the ambulance with a crushed windscreen after the terror crash.
East Midlands Ambulance Service authenticated the car was answering to a 999 call at the time of the incident.
‘Our thoughts are with everyone affected by this incident,’ an officer director of EMAS named Dave Williams stated at the moment.
‘The investigators are now investigating what occurred, and it is, therefore, improper to make any more comment at this time.’
A 35-year-old man was killed in November following being hit by an ambulance in the early times of the morning, according to a source.
Whosoever testified the accident has any details or dashcam clip is asked to call Nottinghamshire Police on 101, quoting occurrence number 650 of 22 December.