Car Driven By Teen Crashes Into Ambulance
Passenger Killed In Accident

FAIRLESS HILLS, Pa. -- A car crashed into an ambulance in suburban Philadelphia Wednesday night, killing a teenager in the car and injuring two others.

Police said a car operated Sam Perkins, 18, crashed into the ambulance in Falls Township, Bucks County.

The driver and his 16-year-old female passenger slammed into the windshield, police said; the girl died of her injuries. An emergency medical technician in the back of the ambulance was also injured.

All three were taken to St. Mary Medical Center in Langhorne, where the girl died. The driver was admitted and listed in stable condition late Wednesday night, a nursing supervisor said; the ambulance worker was treated and released.

The name of the girl killed in the crash was not immediately available. Police said they were looking into speed as a possible factor in the accident.
The driver of the car admitted that he was speeding, he stated "I seriously don't know how fast I was going. It all went by in a blur."