GENEVA COUNTY, Ala. (WDHN) – A two-vehicle crash on Saturday night has sent two people to a Dothan hospital in critical condition.

According to Slocomb Fire and Rescue, at 7:59 p.m., a 911 caller reported there was a head-on crash with entrapment on Highway 52 at County Road 73 between Slocomb and Malvern. A medical helicopter was auto-launched. Survival Flight 15 was on another call so Enterprise Rescue Air 1 was dispatched and responded.

When crews arrived, they found 2 vehicles, one overturned, with heavy damage, and patients entrapped in both vehicles. Approximately 12 volunteer firefighters were on the scene of the crash to assist in helping the trapped drivers.

Officials say firefighters were able to stabilize one of the vehicles on its side with stabilization struts before work could begin and then removed the roof to access one of the drivers. Then crews removed the door of the other vehicle and lifted the steering wheel to access the other driver.

One person was transported by Slocomb Fire medics to a Dothan hospital in serious condition and one person was transported by Enterprise Air 1 to a Dothan hospital in serious condition.

The accident is under investigation by Troopers with the Alabama Law Enforcement Agency and any further information will be released by them.

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