One man is dead after a head-on collision south of Slave Lake early Sunday morning. Emergency crews were called to the collision on Highway 2, about 42 kilometres south of Slave Lake, around 5:15 a.m. Police believe a southbound pickup truck collided head on with a northbound car. The cause of the collision is still under investigation, but officers believe foggy conditions may have contributed to the crash.
In total, 13 patients were assessed by West Midlands Ambulance Service, seven of whom were discharged on scene. "One of the passengers on the single decker bus, an elderly female, had to be helped from the vehicle on a stretcher. She was treated for back injuries and taken to the same hospital. "A further ten patients were assessed and triaged at the scene by HART, of which three required further assistance and onward travel to Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham.
Three people are in the hospital following a head-on collision where the vehicles caught fire, in the area of 15th Ave. SE and State Highway 9 in Norman. Around 2:15 a.m. Sunday, Norman Police and the Norman Fire Department responded to the injury accident call.
Around 12 passengers were treated as "walking wounded" after the smash in Kings Heath, Birmingham, at around 11.20am on Saturday. In the images, the front of both vehicles have crumpled with the impact and firefighters appear to be talking to the trapped drivers. Karl Mills, 27, who also lives on the road, added: "They had to cut the drivers out of the buses.
Arkansas State Police say two people were killed when their vehicles collided head-on on an Interstate 40 exit ramp near Lonoke. A state police report says 27-year-old Christina Brewer of Benton and 44-year-old Anthony Ray of Lonoke died in the crash Friday night. The report says Ray was eastbound on the westbound exit ramp when his pickup truck collided with the westbound car driven by Brewer. Both Brewer and Ray were dead at the scene.
A two-vehicle wreck on Highway 9 left one driver dead and two other people hospitalized. ALEA State Troopers identified the deceased as James Column Thompson, a 28-year-old from Stone Mountain, GA. The 2009 Hyndai Accent he was driving collided head-on with a 2009 Nissan Rogue. His passenger, 39-year-old Lance Hagan, of Anniston, was transported to Northeast Alabama Regional Medical Center.
A serious crash in Dayton kills one man and injures another. Police say one driver was taken to Miami Valley Hospital, the other man was found dead at the scene after being ejected from his vehicle. I'm not aware that fire department personnel excavated that person, so it does appear that person was ejected from the vehicle." No word yet on the condition of the second driver.
Bloomington, Calif - On August 26, 2015 at approximately 9:58 a.m., the driver of a silver Toyota Corolla was traveling eastbound on Agua Mansa Rd. east of El Rivino Rd. The driver lost control of the Corolla and crossed into the path of a white 1987 Dodge pick-up traveling westbound on Agua Mansa Rd., which was driven by Fernando Gonzalez Fernandez (70, Colton).
The scene of a head-on collision in Mapua last night. A man was cut from one of the vehicles and airlifted to Nelson Hospital by the Nelson Marlborough Rescue Helicopter in a serious condition. St John shift manager Kris Gagliardi said the male patient was airlifted to Nelson Hospital from the scene in a serious condition with leg and chest injuries while a female patient was transferred to by ambulance in a stable condition
The woman, who was not identified by police, was driving a red Ford Focus westbound on Larry Holmes Drive when she became distracted by a bee inside the vehicle and swerved into the eastbound lane, city police say. A woman who identified herself as the aunt of the driver of the Focus said her niece was experiencing leg pain and heading to the hospital.
Uriah Greyeyes, 29, of Fort Duchesne, was traveling east in a 2008 Dodge Dakota just east of Ballard around 2:20 p.m. when the truck hydroplaned, carrying it partially into the road's westbound lane, according to the Utah Highway Patrol. The Dodge hit a 2015 Chevrolet pickup truck that was pulling a trailer on the westbound side and then spun directly into the path of a westbound 2009 Ford F-150, Lt. Beau Mason said.
FIRE fighters were called to two road traffic accidents in Slough this morning. The first was a head-on collision involving a car and a van in Church Lane, Wexham. No one was trapped, however Slough fire fighters worked for 40 minutes to make the scene safe. The second required crews from Slough and Maidenhead to attend an incident on the M4 involving a butcher's van.