EMS crews free entrapped victim through windshield after crash on I-35 service rd
AUSTIN, TX – Emergency crews had to rescue an entrapped victim through a windshield following a crash on the I-35 service road yesterday that sent the victim to the hospital.
According to Austin-Travis County EMS, the crash occurred on the southbound N I-35 service road and W Parmer Lane at 7:52 a.m., when at least one vehicle crashed and overturned.
UPDATE N Ih 35 Svrd Sb / W Parmer Ln: Entrapped patient has been extricated through the windshield. Evaluations of patients underway. Expect #ATXTraffic delays while first responders working the scene & cleanup. More to follow.
— ATCEMS (@ATCEMS) October 16, 2021
One person was entrapped within the vehicle as a result. Emergency crews managed to free the victim through the windshield, then took the victim to St. David’s North for the treatment of non-critical injuries.
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