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Car Flips on Phipps Hill

by Bobby Blair
December 1, 2013

A vehicle flipped in front of 1057 Washington Street at 6:58 a.m. Sunday morning.

While the ambulance was called, it was not needed as the driver of the vehicle was unhurt.

Roads were slick early Sunday and even had a coat of snow on them earlier in the morning according to Sgt. George Leurini who investigated the accident.  Above Officer Michael Woods directs traffic.

 

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