HERNANDO COUNTY, Fla. — Authorities arrested a person suspected of stealing an ambulance from a hospital in Florida on Sunday after the car bought caught in mud, in response to the Hernando County Sheriff’s Workplace.
Sheriff’s deputies mentioned the ambulance, owned by Hernando County Fireplace and Emergency Providers, was taken from the ambulance bay at Oak Hill Hospital in Brooksville round 12:30 p.m. Sunday. The theft occurred because the ambulance’s crew was contained in the hospital dropping off a affected person, officers mentioned.
Investigators decided the ambulance was pushed about 10 miles to the southwest, close to Kass Circle and Port Court docket. The car grew to become caught in mud and sand because it approached a physique of water off Port Court docket, officers mentioned.
Witnesses instructed authorities that the suspected thief ran from the ambulance towards a close-by buying plaza. Officers took Trey Cornwell, 29, into custody a short time later.
Officers arrested Cornwell on a cost of grand theft auto. He remained jailed Monday on a $10,000 bond.