OKLAHOMA CITY - Police are investigating after two people were hit by an EMSA ambulance early Wednesday in a southeast Oklahoma City. 

According to officials, the incident took place near SE 29th Street and South Durland Avenue. 

The ambulance reportedly hit the victims while they were on a bicycle. 

Two different EMSA crews responded to the incident and took the victims to a local hospital on emergency status. 

EMSA released the following statement:

"This morning, at  3:55 AM, an EMSA ambulance was involved in a collision with two bicyclists near SE 29th Street and S Durand Avenue.  Two EMSA crews responded to the incident and transported two patients emergency status to a local hospital. The EMSA crew involved was not injured.  EMSA is cooperating with police as they investigate the incident."

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