Car crashes into Va. fire station
Betty T. Miller sustained serious injuries when her vehicle crashed into the fire station causing extensive manage to the building, an EMS vehicle and a trailer
MINERAL, Va. — Virginia State Police are investigating after a Mineral woman suffered serious injuries when her compact SUV crashed into a fire station in Louisa County on Sunday evening.
Police said officers responded at 5:13 p.m. to Fire Station 2 at 201 E. First St. According to the preliminary investigation, a 2015 Ford Escape driven by Betty T. Miller, 76, was turning left from Zachary Taylor Highway onto East First Street when the vehicle rolled through a stop sign and hit the fire station.
Posted by Lloyd Runnett on Monday, September 30, 2019
Police said a medical emergency is a possible factor in the crash.
Miller, who was wearing her seat belt, was taken to a hospital for treatment of serious injuries. Extensive damage was done to the building, an EMS vehicle and a trailer.
The Mineral Volunteer Fire Department posted photos and video of the damage on Facebook.
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