Two flown out after car hits house; third person also injured
SALISBURY ó Two helicopters from Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center were needed to fly out victims from an accident in the 600 block of Roseman Road on Friday night.
A car hit a house, leading to a call to emergency crews at 9:52 p.m. An infant was among the victims and was freed from the entrapment at 10:17 p.m.
Crews worked to get the other two people from the car, freeing the last one at 10:33.
The helicopters flew in to the Rowan County Airport to take patients back to the Winston-Salem hospital. Each could only hold one person, so the third victim was taken by ambulance to Rowan Regional Medical Center. Details on their conditions were unavailable at press time Friday night.
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