Monday, June 25, 2007

TWO TEENS FLOWN FROM CRASH


Two teenage girls were flown to Cleveland hospitals Monday afternoon after their car crashed on Route 2 near Middle Ridge Road.

An ambulance from Cleveland was doing a non-emergency transport along Route 2 when they happened onto the crash. The medic was able to render care to the girls until Elyria Township Fire & EMS arrived on scene. Before Elyria Township arrived the medic advised 9-1-1 that a helicopter would be needed on the scene so Elyria Township requested that University MedEvac be dispatched. After Medics from the Township assessed the two girls they deemed that both needed to be flown to Cleveland so Metro LifeFlight was also dispatched to the scene as MedEvac was unable to transport both victims.

Traffic was held in the eastbound lanes while both helicopters landed and picked up their patients. One girl was flown to Rainbow Babies and the other was flown to MetroHealth Medical Center.

The Ohio State Highway Patrol is investigating the crash.

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3 Comments:

Anonymous dieken said...

i just want to let everyone that the girls are both bruised and sore , but both are home tonight. i am not sure who was in that car with them and watching over both of the girls, all in all they are ok .
i love you you girls

10:20 PM  
Blogger TMC NEWS said...

dieken, if you get a chance please contact me: 440-610-2352 - thanks

10:47 PM  
Anonymous sarah said...

maggie & ashley i love you & im glad you two are okay. im coming to see you tomorrow mags, i'll bring a rugrats rerun just for you:) stay strong baby!

12:17 AM  

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