Flight for Life responds after 5 people injured in three-vehicle accident in Mount Pleasant
MOUNT PLEASANT, Wis. (CBS 58) -- Several people were injured following a three-vehicle crash in Mount Pleasant on Thursday.
Rescue crews were called to the intersection of Old Green Bay Road and County Line Road for a report of an accident where one of the occupants was ejected.
The investigation revealed that an SUV was traveling southbound on Old Green Bay Road. The SUV entered the intersection during a red light, striking a work van which was traveling westbound on County Line Road.
The van then flipped on its side and ended in the deep ditch on the south side of County Line Road.
The SUV continued, striking a third vehicle which was traveling eastbound on County Line Road.
The passenger in the white SUV was ejected from the vehicle. Somers Fire contacted Flight for Life and both the driver and the passenger of the SUV were taken by Flight for Life to a local hospital.
Both of the drivers of the other two vehicles, and an occupant were taken to a local hospital.
According to Mount Pleasant Police, none of the injuries in this accident appear to be life threatening.
Driver impairment is not believed to be a contributing factor in the crash.
The crash is still under investigation.