MILFORD (CBS/AP) — Police say a patient being transported to the hospital for dialysis treatment died after the ambulance she was in crashed in Milford.

An ambulance has rolled over after colliding with a car in Milford. (Milford Police)

An ambulance has rolled over after colliding with a car in Milford. (Milford Police)

The ambulance was en route to Milford Regional Medical Center at about 11 a.m. Tuesday when it was involved in a crash with another vehicle on Route 140. The ambulance rolled over and came to rest upright on top of the guardrail.

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Police say the patient, 58-year-old Karen Scott of Upton, was picked up by another ambulance and taken to the hospital, where she was pronounced dead. Authorities say Scott died as a result of the crash.

A paramedic in the ambulance was also injured. The driver was not hurt.

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A surveillance camera at a nearby pizza shop captured the accident. It shows a Mercedes Benz running a stop sign at Green Street and Cape Road. The car clips the ambulance sending it into a skid and causing it to roll over. Police have identified the driver of that car as 61-year-old Lisa Zemack of Framingham. Zemack could face charges ranging from failure to stop to motor vehicle homicide.

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