Crash closes U.S. 35 near WA


The West Alexandria Fire Department responded to a two-vehicle crash on Tuesday, Oct. 20, around 5 p.m. Two vehicles collided head-on at the intersection of U.S. 35 and Wolf Road, according to WAFD Chief Jeff Shafer. Shafer said CareFlight was called to the scene and took the youngest patient, a 10-12 year old boy, to the hospital with head injury concerns. The other victims were ground transported with injuries not considered to be life threatening, according to Shafer. The wreck ended with on car its side and the other needing a door cut off by first responders.


The West Alexandria Fire Department responded to a two-vehicle crash on Tuesday, Oct. 20, around 5 p.m. Two vehicles collided head-on at the intersection of U.S. 35 and Wolf Road, according to WAFD Chief Jeff Shafer. Shafer said CareFlight was called to the scene and took the youngest patient, a 10-12 year old boy, to the hospital with head injury concerns. The other victims were ground transported with injuries not considered to be life threatening, according to Shafer. The wreck ended with on car its side and the other needing a door cut off by first responders.


The West Alexandria Fire Department responded to a two-vehicle crash on Tuesday, Oct. 20, around 5 p.m. Two vehicles collided head-on at the intersection of U.S. 35 and Wolf Road, according to WAFD Chief Jeff Shafer. Shafer said CareFlight was called to the scene and took the youngest patient, a 10-12 year old boy, to the hospital with head injury concerns. The other victims were ground transported with injuries not considered to be life threatening, according to Shafer. The wreck ended with on car its side and the other needing a door cut off by first responders.

The West Alexandria Fire Department responded to a two-vehicle crash on Tuesday, Oct. 20, around 5 p.m. Two vehicles collided head-on at the intersection of U.S. 35 and Wolf Road, according to WAFD Chief Jeff Shafer. Shafer said CareFlight was called to the scene and took the youngest patient, a 10-12 year old boy, to the hospital with head injury concerns. The other victims were ground transported with injuries not considered to be life threatening, according to Shafer. The wreck ended with on car its side and the other needing a door cut off by first responders.

The West Alexandria Fire Department responded to a two-vehicle crash on Tuesday, Oct. 20, around 5 p.m. Two vehicles collided head-on at the intersection of U.S. 35 and Wolf Road, according to WAFD Chief Jeff Shafer. Shafer said CareFlight was called to the scene and took the youngest patient, a 10-12 year old boy, to the hospital with head injury concerns. The other victims were ground transported with injuries not considered to be life threatening, according to Shafer. The wreck ended with on car its side and the other needing a door cut off by first responders.
http://registerherald.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/web1_35-Wreck-1-.jpgThe West Alexandria Fire Department responded to a two-vehicle crash on Tuesday, Oct. 20, around 5 p.m. Two vehicles collided head-on at the intersection of U.S. 35 and Wolf Road, according to WAFD Chief Jeff Shafer. Shafer said CareFlight was called to the scene and took the youngest patient, a 10-12 year old boy, to the hospital with head injury concerns. The other victims were ground transported with injuries not considered to be life threatening, according to Shafer. The wreck ended with on car its side and the other needing a door cut off by first responders.

The West Alexandria Fire Department responded to a two-vehicle crash on Tuesday, Oct. 20, around 5 p.m. Two vehicles collided head-on at the intersection of U.S. 35 and Wolf Road, according to WAFD Chief Jeff Shafer. Shafer said CareFlight was called to the scene and took the youngest patient, a 10-12 year old boy, to the hospital with head injury concerns. The other victims were ground transported with injuries not considered to be life threatening, according to Shafer. The wreck ended with on car its side and the other needing a door cut off by first responders.
http://registerherald.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/web1_35-Wreck-2-.jpgThe West Alexandria Fire Department responded to a two-vehicle crash on Tuesday, Oct. 20, around 5 p.m. Two vehicles collided head-on at the intersection of U.S. 35 and Wolf Road, according to WAFD Chief Jeff Shafer. Shafer said CareFlight was called to the scene and took the youngest patient, a 10-12 year old boy, to the hospital with head injury concerns. The other victims were ground transported with injuries not considered to be life threatening, according to Shafer. The wreck ended with on car its side and the other needing a door cut off by first responders.
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