(Memphis) Nearly a dozen ambulances were in one spot, ready to rush all those injured in a rollover crash to the hospital.
But having so many ambulances at the crash site meant there weren't enough everywhere else.
Memphis fire sent out an alert saying there were simply no ambulances available in the time after this big crash, so if something happened to you, you had to wait.
It's not the first time it's happened in Memphis.
We've seen the city run out of ambulances more and more during bad weather or a really big incident.
We asked Memphis fire why this happens and what could be done to prevent it.
They said they were focused on tonight's crash right now, but obviously the system was taxed because they had so many people hurt out here.
In the past, Fire Director Alvin Benson has said even though there's not an actual ambulance, there’s usually a paramedic who can help until one gets there.
He says response time is on par with the national average and people can help to better handle emergencies like this by only calling for help when you really need it.