An ambulance has rolled onto its side while responding to an emergency call in the state's North-West.
The ambulance was responding to a car crash at Elizabeth Town on Saturday afternoon when the incident occurred.
Ambulance Tasmania North West regional manager Craig Downing said the both the paramedic and volunteer in the vehicle were not harmed and were able to call for assistance.
"Another Ambulance Tasmania crew was already attending the Elizabeth Town crash the vehicle was heading to and there were no adverse patient outcomes," he said.
Ambulance Tasmania will investigate the incident.
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