Utility Workers Find Victim On South Lake-Two Hours After MVA [Featured Story]

man on roadAt approximately 10:30 p.m. on Motzei Shabbos, a man was transported by EMS to KMC after being involved in a MVA on South Lake Drive and Carasaljo, TLS has learned. Apparently, police were under the impression that there were no other parties involved in the MVA, and after the man was transported, the police left the scene. However, approximately two hours later, JCP&L went down to the accident scene to repair a damaged pole as a result of the accident. It was then that they noticed a man lying on the side of the road. The man had a broken Pelvis as well as other injuries. Emergency personnel were immediately contacted. It is unclear at this time if the man was ejected from the vehicle or if the man walked out after the accident.

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7 COMMENTS

  1. A statement from officer Wilson: “The victim was transported without the consent of the police department. He was thought to be of the Jewish community, and the police department has instructions from the chief (chief Kudos Larson) to only allow Hatzalah to transport the victims of the community.”

  2. Oh….. So jcpl were told first before you call 911 go back to your truck park legally so when we arrive there will be no need to issue summons before we attend to the victim ….
    Ems were dispacthed… Report of a body on souh lake however you approch the scene make sure you follow all state and local laws etc…

  3. hey van winkle, learn to read a little better. JCP&L came out after the initial accident, where the police had ALREADY been. Thats when they noticed the person on the side of the road. JCP&L were there 2 hrs later to repair the pole. Shouldnt make comments with out learning to read something with a full ability to comprehend. I agree with the other posters on here also about the entire Wilson subject, you are making fools of yourselves with such comments.

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