Terry Sisson works as a sanitation worker for Trash Pro Service. After signaling a driver to stop to allow him to get someone's trash, he stepped out to wave thank you to them. An ambulance from West Georgia Ambulance was heading northbound and struck him. The ambulance had been going to pick up a non-emergency patient, but was not using sirens at the time. The ambulance driver was an EMT. After striking Terry, the EMT attempted to help him until others arrived. People on scene indicated that the driver became very emotional after others arrived. No charges were pressed against the driver or the ambulance service.
Posted on Nov 05, 2009
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