An adult female driver of a PT Cruiser reportedly lost consciousness on Monday on Tom Windham Road in the Glade Community before crashing through a fence and hitting a tree which forced the vehicle sideways causing it to nearly strike a mobile home.
The driver suffered undisclosed injuries and was transported by EMServ Ambulance Service to South Central Regional Medical Center for treatment.
Volunteer fire and rescue units including Medical First Responders from Glade, M&M and Powers responded to the accident scene along with a unit from the Jones County Sheriff’s Department.
The vehicle sustained extensive damage and had to be towed from the scene on a rollback wrecker.
A women is in the hospital with serious injuries Sunday after a Saturday night crash. A passerby spotted dim lights off the roadway and stopped to find a Chevy 1500 pickup driven by a 22 year old female driver had left the roadway and crashed leaving the driver trapped in her vehicle. According to firefighters, the vehicle had left the roadway sometime earlier in the evening, crashed and had not been discovered.
Volunteer fire units from M&M and Powers were dispatched at 10:43 p.m. to a report of a one vehicle accident with injuries on Mill Creek Road near Charity Freewill Baptist Church.
The victim was transported by EMServ Ambulance Service to South Central Regional Medical Center for treatment of undisclosed injuries. Fire units were on the scene until 12:28 a.m. on Sunday conducting rescue and assisting with vehicle recovery operations.
The adult female driver of a passenger car was seriously injured on Wednesday when her vehicle struck a bridge abutment on Shady Grove – Moss Road and flipped several times down a steep embankment.
Volunteer fire units from Shady Grove and Sharon responded to the incident which was dispatched at 11:02 a.m. The driver had to be extricated from her destroyed vehicle and was transported by EMServ Ambulance Service to South Central Regional Medical Center for treatment of undisclosed injuries.
Units from the Jones County Sheriff’s Department also responded to the crash scene.
Photos courtesy of Volunteer Fire District 2.
The driver of a Chevy Tracker SUV was trapped and injured when his vehicle left the roadway on Hwy. 84 West near the intersection of Hwy. 28 and rolled over ending up on its side. Calhoun Volunteer Fire & Rescue was dispatched to the call around noon on Sunday and responded with Calhoun Rescue 1 and Medical First Responders.
Ironically, Calhoun Fire Chief Joel Blackwell and Calhoun Deputy Chief Lee Garick had just left an AED donation presentation service at Life Church on Hwy. 84 West when the call was dispatched. Chief Blackwell responded to the scene with the Life Church donated AED and first responder medical equipment while Deputy Chief Garick responded to the station along with other Calhoun volunteers and brought Rescue 1 to the scene. Several passersby stopped to assist at the scene including off-duty EMServ Ambulance Service Chief Medic Carla Coleman.
The vehicle ended up lying on its passenger side and was in danger of rolling over onto its roof requiring firefighters to deploy rescue struts and use the winch on Calhoun Rescue 1 to stabilize the vehicle. The injured driver was extricated through the passenger side front window and was transported by EMServ to South Central Regional Medical Center for treatment of undisclosed injuries. Mississippi Highway Patrol Trooper Kevin Buckley also responded to the scene and conducted the accident investigation.
Volunteer units were on the scene for nearly forty-five minutes conducting victim rescue and assisting with vehicle recovery operations.