T-Bone Crash Sends Two to Savannah Hospital
Posted on Jan 24, 2011
On Tuesday January 11, 2011, a two-vehicle accident injured two women near Savannah Technical College’s Effingham Campus. The accident happened around noon.
According to the Georgia State Patrol, a green Volvo was travelling southbound on Ga. 21 and T-boned a red Ford Mustang that was pulling out of the Savannah Technical College campus.
Both vehicles sustained significant damage. The Sheriff's spokesman David Ehsanipoor has told the media that the driver of the Ford was unconscious when authorities arrived at the scene of the accident and had to be extracted from the car. She was taken to Memorial Medical Center in Savannah by ambulance with serious injuries. The driver of the Volvo was also injured and taken to Memorial Medical Center for treatment. Her injuries were not believed to be as severe as the other driver, but her exact condition is unknown. No injuries to passengers in either cars have been reported.
The identities of the women injured in this Georgia crash have not yet been released. We extend our best wishes for a fast and complete recovery to everyone injured in this accident.