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DWI Injury Rollover Crash On Orange Street – HOT SPRINGS


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Hot Springs Police Officer Caldwell investigated a single vehicle, injury rollover crash that took place last night at the intersection of Broadway at Orange Street.

Evidence at the scene indicated that the Chevrolet truck was westbound on Orange Street, crossed Broadway Avenue with great haste, crossed the center line, exited the left side of the pavement, took out stop signs and street signs, continued up hill in a vacant lot, re-entered Orange Street, struck the right hand curb and came to final rest right side up in the westbound lane.  The truck overturned at least once.

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This crash took place approximately 30 ft. from the Hot Springs Fire Department Headquarters.  HSFD Fire Troops were on scene in less than 30 seconds after being dispatched.  They assisted with patient care and debris clean-up.

LifeNet dispatched 1 ambulance crew to the scene.  They transported the driver to the hospital by ambulance.

It is believed that alcohol may have played a part in this crash.  A DWI investigation was underway when I departed the scene.

traffic flow was interrupted for approximately 45 minutes.