Three people were injured Friday morning in Lowell after a 2-vehicle crash involving a Trinity Ambulance Co. ambulance, police said.

Police responded to Branch and School streets at 9:30 a.m., said police Captain Randall Humphrey, in a statement.

According to Humphrey, the ambulance was responding to a medical emergency, but it collided with another vehicle at the intersection. The ambulance had its lights and siren activated at the time.

The ambulance driver, passenger, and the driver of the second vehicle were taken to local hospitals with non life-threatening injuries, Humphrey said. Their names were not released.

The driver of the second vehicle was cited for failing to yield to an emergency vehicle.

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