Four Injured in Vehicle Accident in Pooler, Georgia
POOLER, GA. – According to a news report posted online at wtoc.com, four people were injured in a vehicle accident in Pooler, Georgia. Details about the events surrounding the accident have not yet been reported by investigating authorities, and none of the injured persons has been identified at this time.*
The accident took place during the afternoon on Highway 80 in Pooler. WTOC and the Pooler Police Department report that a vehicle crash occurred by the Bi-Lo on Highway 80. It is unclear from the report how many vehicles were involved or what kinds of vehicles were involved in the accident. The news report did not identify the cause of the crash or provide information about the circumstances leading to the crash.
WTOC and Pooler Fire confirmed that four people were injured in the accident, none of whom was identified. One of the injured persons, someone who was reportedly driving one of the vehicles, was trapped in a vehicle, according to fire officials, and was then airlifted from the scene in critical condition.
The other three injured persons were transported to hospitals by ambulance. The extent of their injuries and their current conditions were not reported.
Following the accident, the Pooler Police Department posted a message on social media, saying, “Alert!! [Georgia State Patrol] is performing an accident reconstruction in Pooler on Highway 80 westbound in front of Bi-Lo. This make take a few hours, and 80 westbound will be shut down during this time. Please seek an alternate route if traveling in that direction.”
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