Southampton police arrested a Freeport woman who, they say, was drunk when she crashed into an ambulance on its way to a call early Saturday.

Kayla Curtis-Jackson, 21, was driving on Ponquogue Avenue at Good Ground Road in Hampton Bays when she collided just before 2 a.m. with a Hampton Bays volunteer ambulance company that was responding to a diabetic emergency, Southampton police said.

She was charged with misdemeanor DWI, unsafe passing and failure to yield to an emergency vehicle, according to police.

Curtis-Jackson was held overnight at the Southampton police station and was to be arraigned Saturday morning in Southampton Town Justice Court.

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