MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – Two paramedics are recovering Sunday after rolling an ambulance in Edina to avoid furniture that had fallen onto the highway.

The incident happened around 10:30 p.m. Saturday along Highway 100 south of Vernon Avenue.

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The State Patrol says there was not a patient on board at the time.

The driver of the ambulance swerved to avoid a piece of lawn furniture that had fell out of the vehicle in front of them.

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That caused the ambulance to roll on its side.

The paramedics with Edina Fire Rescue suffered minor injuries.

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The State Patrol said the vehicle that lost the furniture did not stop.