Vehicle Extrication: Nash County (NC) Firefighters Respond to Multi-Vehicle Wreck on Interstate 95

07/31/2014
Story information from Chief Dennis Williams Photo by Nash County Fire Photographer Bob Bartosz Shortly after 14:11 on July 20, 2014, Nash County (NC) 911 center was receiving calls for a multiple-car accident on I-95 near exit 145 north at the same time Halifax County was also receiving calls for the same accident. Nash County dispatched Station 3 (Stony Creek Fire-Rescue), Nash County EMS 9, and Station 12 (Red Oak Fire Department) were dispatched. The initial report was about eight vehicles involved in a motor vehicle accident with unknown personal injuries and at least one person pinned. Stony Creek responded with their large rescue truck and one Intermediate level Ambulance. Red Oak...

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