HARTFORD, Ala(WDHN)– A major head-on collision occurred the night of October 23 on Highway 167 North of Hartford, resulting in severe injuries.
Hartford units responded first to the scene on Highway 167 and County Road 36, finding two vehicles involved in a head-on collision with major damage to both.
According to the Alabama Law Enforcement Agency, there were six victims involved suffering critical and severe injuries.
The victims were treated on the scene and transported to local medical care facilities. The two juveniles involved were life-flighted.
Life-saving tools such as jaws of life were used due to entrapment.
Multiple emergency crews were on the scene including Hartford Police Department, Geneva County Sheriff’s, Slocomb Fire and Rescue, Enterprise Fire and Rescue, and Survival Flight 15 medical helicopter was auto-launched by Geneva County E-911.
Highway 167 was blocked from all traffic for an extended period of time.
It is unknown at this time what caused the wreck, but the incident is under investigation by ALEA.
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