Police reported that one person is in critical condition following a two-vehicle accident on Victoria Avenue.
The accident happened at the intersection of Victoria Avenue and US-41, according to police’s spokesperson. Investigators determined that a man was driving westbound in a 2013 Ford tow truck when the accident occurred. The driver of a 2011 Chrysler 300 ran a stop sign while going southbound on US-41.
The Chrysler then t-boned the tow truck, trapping the 34-year-old driver of the Ford inside, police said. The tow truck driver suffered severe injuries from the crash, as did the Chrysler driver, who was in critical condition after the incident. Both drivers were wearing seat belts.
Upon arrival, EMS extricated the tow truck driver from the wreck. EMS crews removed the 26-year-old driver of the Chrysler and they administered first aid treatment immediately. Paramedics rushed them to a nearby hospital.
An investigation into the crash is ongoing.
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