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Four Vehicle Pile Up

by Bobby Blair
August 7, 2013

Four vehicles were involved in a pile up near 123 Washington Street on Wednesday afternoon.

The 2:50 p.m. accident brought three amblulances to the scene. Airbags deployed on the vehicle above.

The vehicle above landed in the front lawn of the professional building adjacent to the rail trail.

Four persons were transported to area hospitals.

Sgt. Glenn Dalrymple, Officers Tim Heney and Dan Griffith investigated.

 

 

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