Archive for Wednesday, December 23, 2009

One injured in rollover accident

December 23, 2009, 12:00 a.m. Updated December 23, 2009, 2:49 p.m.

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Woman injured in rollover accident

A woman was taken to Lawrence Memorial Hospital after a rollover accident Tuesday evening. A passerby stopped to help the woman out of her car until medical crews arrived on scene. Enlarge video

A car ended up off the road and upside down Tuesday night, Dec. 22, at the intersection of N.1250 Road and East 1500 Road. The driver of the car managed to get out and was transported to LMH.

A car ended up off the road and upside down Tuesday night, Dec. 22, at the intersection of N.1250 Road and East 1500 Road. The driver of the car managed to get out and was transported to LMH.

A woman was treated and released from Lawrence Memorial Hospital after a Tuesday evening rollover accident just south of 31st and Haskell streets.

Crystal Pedram ran a stop sign, while westbound on North 1250 Road, and rolled her car into a ditch that often fills with water, emergency workers said. Sgt. Steve Lewis, sheriff's spokesman, said he didn't know where the woman was from.

Comments

Christine Pennewell Davis 5 years, 7 months ago

my 24 year old was out that way last night and called to see if anything was going on because she could not see a car or anything guess the ditch had it hid pretty good. Hope the woman is ok.

flux 5 years, 7 months ago

Why would your 24 year old call if she didnt see anything. That doesnt make any sense.

Christine Pennewell Davis 5 years, 7 months ago

they had the rode all blocked off and emergancy crews stuff like that she was just wandering if I knew any thing

OzChicklet 5 years, 7 months ago

Crystal is doing ok. We are all thankful for they passerby that stopped to help her. He is an EMT from Alaska.

OzChicklet 5 years, 7 months ago

Crystal is doing ok. We are all thankful for the passerby that stopped to help her. He is an EMT from Alaska.

Outsidelookingin 5 years, 7 months ago

I'm glad she is doing OK, but the article is poorly written.

"rolled her car into a ditch that often fills with water".... I thought that's what most ditches did. Often, as when it rains?

budwhysir 5 years, 7 months ago

No, often as when the sun is not out cause of cloud cover filled with water. It has nothing to do with actual rain, just the water that runs to that ditch. This is the water of concern. Glad everything turned out ok

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