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LAS VEGAS (FOX5) -
Authorities say the patient being transported by an ambulance that rolled over during an accident Tuesday has died.
Metro police reported the accident involving the Medic West emergency vehicle and a red pick-up at Craig Road and Decatur Boulevard about 10:30 a.m.
According to authorities, the ambulance traveled through Craig with a red light, proceeding with caution, when the truck driver went through her green light and t-boned the ambulance.
Authorities said five people were in the ambulance at the time of the crash, including two Medic West employees, two North Las Vegas firefighters and the patient.
Six people, including the driver of the pick-up, were transported to local medical facilities as a result of the accident.
Five of those people were transported to University Medical Center while the original ambulance patient was sent to Mountain View Hospital. The patient was later pronounced dead.
Authorities did not say if she died as a result of injuries in the crash or from her original medical episode, a heart problem.
All of the other people were treated and released from the hospital with minor injuries.
Metro police want to remind everyone it is the law to slow down when approaching an intersection, "There are four directions of traffic converging on each other, so you don't know if there is going to be a pedestrian crossing, you don't know if there's a vehicle pulling out in front of you," Metro Sergeant Richard Strader said.
This accident is still under investigation by Metro police.
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