Brewster Rescuers Respond After Vehicle Vaults Over Guardrail

Came to rest in woods off Long Pond Road...
Brewster firefighters on scene at a crash on Long Pond Road Friday afternoon. (BFD photo)

From the Brewster Police (see photo gallery below):

Brewster Fire/Rescue Responds to Motor Vehicle Accident

On Wednesday September 11 at 10:35 a.m. Brewster Fire/Rescue was dispatched to Long Pond Road for a reported single car motor vehicle accident.

Squad 241 and Ambulance 244 under the direction of FF/Paramedic Kirk Rounseville and Car 231 (Chief Moran) responded to the scene.

Upon arrival units reported a motor vehicle had vaulted over the guardrail into the adjacent woods. The occupant was found outside the vehicle laying in the roadway.

Firefighters immediately began to assess the patient’s injuries and found that the driver had suffered an apparent medical issue that caused his vehicle to swerve off the road and into the woods.

Personnel quickly moved the victim into the ambulance where he was transported to Cape Cod Hospital with non-life threatening injuries. Brewster Police provided scene security and traffic control during the incident.


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