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Vehicle Accident

Posted on Friday, October 6th, 2017 at 4:01 PM

Desert Hills Fire, Yucca Fire and Medics are en route to a vehicle accident at I-40 Mile Marker 8 in the Westbound Median, DPS reporting a vehicle rolled over and into his vehicle – several people ejected from the vehicle.Β  Unknown extent of injuries.

Two helicopters have been launched to the scene with a 19-minute ETA for both.

Possibly 11 subjects involved.Β  Multiple children.

One ambulance en route to Havasu Regional Medical Center with two patients.

Photos provided by ZachNews


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43 comments on “Vehicle Accident”

  1. Jenna Stopke Jenna Stopke Reply

    My mom just drove by it. It’s westbound on I 40 right by the onramp from the 95, in the median. 3 helicopters, one just left. Traffic is not stopped as its in the median, not on the road.

  2. Jenni Pizzino Jenni Pizzino Reply

    My sister just passed there coming from California. Said there are two helicopters on the highway and what looks like every police car in Arizona. It was West Bound.

  3. Teresa Will Reply

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    12 people hurt when minivan rolled over, struck DPS trooper car on I-40
    Posted: Oct 06, 2017 9:20 PM
    Updated: Oct 07, 2017 11:33 AM
    By azfamily.com News StaffCONNECT

    TOPOCK, AZ (3TV/CBS 5) –
    Twelve people were hurt Friday when a minivan rolled over and struck a parked DPS trooper car in Mohave County.

    According to DPS, the trooper was parked alongside Interstate 40 Friday to monitor traffic.

    The driver of a minivan apparently lost control of the vehicle, hit a median and rolled over.

    As the vehicle came to rest, it struck the patrol car, causing minor damage. The trooper was not injured.

    The mini-van was occupied by twelve people. Two occupants of the mini-van were ejected.

    All 12 people in the van were transported from the scene to a local hospital, and then three were flown to a trauma center in Las Vegas.

    The majority of the occupants suffered minor, non-life-threatening injuries.

    One of the occupants sustained life-threatening injuries.

    It’s not yet clear what caused the minivan driver to lose control.

  4. Teresa Will Teresa Will Reply

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    12 people hurt when minivan rolled over, struck DPS trooper car on I-40
    Posted: Oct 06, 2017 9:20 PM
    Updated: Oct 07, 2017 11:33 AM
    By azfamily.com News StaffCONNECT

    TOPOCK, AZ (3TV/CBS 5) –
    Twelve people were hurt Friday when a minivan rolled over and struck a parked DPS trooper car in Mohave County.

    According to DPS, the trooper was parked alongside Interstate 40 Friday to monitor traffic.

    The driver of a minivan apparently lost control of the vehicle, hit a median and rolled over.

    As the vehicle came to rest, it struck the patrol car, causing minor damage. The trooper was not injured.

    The mini-van was occupied by twelve people. Two occupants of the mini-van were ejected.

    All 12 people in the van were transported from the scene to a local hospital, and then three were flown to a trauma center in Las Vegas.

    The majority of the occupants suffered minor, non-life-threatening injuries.

    One of the occupants sustained life-threatening injuries.

    It’s not yet clear what caused the minivan driver to lose control.

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