An early morning ambulance wreck in Willisburg Tuesday is being blamed on a cow.
According to Kentucky State Police, a Washington County ambulance was traveling on KY 433 one mile south of Willisburg around 1:15 a.m. when it struck a cow in the road.
The ambulance, a 2000 Ford F250, was being driven by Donald Milburn, 45, of Springfield, who was wearing a seat belt. William Hagan, 50, of Lawrenceburg, was in the back of the ambulance with a patient, and was not belted. The patient, Virginia Lewis, 71, of Mackville, was also belted.