Woman Airlifted In Serious Condition After Crash

PHOTO: A driver was critically injured last night after her vehicle crashed into two utility poles, and then crashed into the woods, as first reported on our News Alerts at the time.

The crash occurred on Prospect Street near Cross St shortly before 10 PM, when officials believe the woman driver suffered a medical episode, causing her to swerve off the road.

The impact of the crash sent poles flying hundreds of feet and left the vehicle smoking, an official said

A passerby who witnessed the crash immediately ran over to pull the unconscious woman from the smoking vehicle.

Over a dozen emergency personnel responded to the scene, including Hatzolah’s MONOC Paramedics, and EMS.

The woman was airlifted to Jersey Shore Medical Center with critical head and other injuries. TLS-55/TLS-50/TLS-CCP/Photo by Kolhaolam for TLS.

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21 COMMENTS

  1. people please please please dont ever pull somone from a car unledd you are 100 pct certain that they will die if you leave them . most likely you will do more harm than good if you pull them from that car. in this care like 99 pct of accidents it was just the radiator that was smoking. just remembe unless you have to move them dont.. hope the woman is ok !!!

  2. Wow. Pretty crazy. Hope she has a speedy recovery.

    To #3
    Its the natural reaction, although it does take a lot of guts.
    In anycase, most people don’t know and can’t know if its just the radiator that’s smoking, or if its something more important/dangerous.
    But I do agree with you. It can cause major major damage to the person for every inch that you move them.

  3. #3 it says he pulled the unconscious woman from the SMOKING vehicle. I’d say that if the car had such severe damage it was a real possibility the car could have exploded. Sometimes you only have a split second before it’s too late.

  4. i agree, there isnt really time to think yes/no…u gotta just do before its too late….having said that, u gotta admit that that witness was one brave soul

  5. Thank you to the person who pulled my sister from her truck … Who knows what could’ve happen… I’m just thankful she is alive an pray that she has a speed recovery… Life is too short an you never know when people will be taken from you !

  6. I wish you a speedy recovery. I’ll be up to see you.
    The first comment was probably from a first responder. And he’s 100% right. However, most would have done the same thing seeing smoke. Bones can mend. Lyric needs his Mommy!

  7. I was the one who pulled her out of the car. I just want to wish a speedy recovery and there is no doubt in my mind if it happened all over again i would response in the same exact way. Please keep me informed and i wish you the best.

  8. Tim – Vicki is doing great and I so apprciate what you did as well as your following up.

    I would love to give you a handshake in person – [email protected] -Please send me an e-mail and I can thank you and maybe say hello in the future!

    THANKS – and have a Happy New Year!

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