Two people injured in ambulance crash on I-75

Ambulance on it's side 

On Sunday morning, an ambulance crashed while driving on I-75.

The driver of the ambulance began to enter the 260B Exit Ramp and then realized it was the incorrect exit, according to the Florida Highway Patrol. 

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Police say that the driver attempted to re-enter the northbound travel lanes and struck a guardrail attenuator.

The vehicle then overturned into the northbound lanes of I-75. 

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The driver and paramedic in the back of the ambulance suffered minor injuries. 

At the time of the incident, the ambulance was transporting a Ft. Myers woman to an area hospital, according to a police report.