Woman OK After Accident In Santa Rosa Sends Her Car Into A Tree (VIDEO)
(BANT) – A woman escaped without major injury after her car got wedged into some tree branches following a three-vehicle collision along Montgomery Drive in east Santa Rosa Tuesday afternoon.
Santa Rosa Fire Department battalion chief Ken Sebastini says the woman’s car veered off the embankment and ended up suspended about five feet above the ground in tree branches. The woman was freed after firefighters removed the vehicle’s windshield,
Chief Sebastiani says she was taken to a hospital as a precaution. The occupants of the other two cars, a Jeep and a Toyota, also suffered minor injuries in the 3 p.m. collision.
The accident closed down Montgomery Drive for awhile. All three vehicles sustained significant damage.
Santa Rosa Police are investigating the crash. You can see a video of part of the rescue here:
Victim rescued from vehicle down embankment in multiple vehicle accident. Montgomery Dr was closed. Santa Rosa Police & AMR also at scene. pic.twitter.com/nV0o7Dhy93
— SantaRosaFire (@SantaRosaFire) February 15, 2017