According to the police, a Chrysler minivan rolled over on Soutel Drive resulting in two life-threatening injuries.
It was reported by the police that a minivan, driven by a 30-year-old man, lost control and overturned. The accident happened on Soutel Drive near New Kings Road, police said.
An eyewitness, who was on the scene of the accident, spoke about the possible cause of the rollover accident. He said the accident might have been a result of distraction between the couple.
He said he observed, while driving behind the car, that there was a physical altercation between the couple, however, he reported to the police that he wasn’t sure if it was a fight between the two occupants.
EMS arrived to give medical care to the victims after the accident happened. The driver was with his 28-year-old wife when the accident occurred.
According to the authorities, both the man and his wife sustained severe injuries. Both of the victims were reportedly extricated from the minivan and taken to a nearby hospital from treatment.
Police are still investigating the accident.
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