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Entrapment Hit & Run Injury Crash On The Bridge – HOT SPRINGS

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Garland County Sheriff’s Patrol Deputy Helms rolled up on the scene of an entrapment injury crash this morning around 2:20AM on Albert Pike Road at the Bull Bayou Bridge.

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Hot Springs Police, Hot Springs Fire and LifeNet were ordered to the scene.  It was quickly determined that a truck involved in the crash had departed the scene before the arrival of 911 personnel.

GCSO Patrol Sergeant Simpson located the alleged suspect vehicle a few minutes later in the Atwoods Parking Lot on Albert Pike Road.  The occupant(s) of the truck fled from the suspect vehicle prior to the sgt.’s arrival.

HSFD Rescue Troops had to snap and remove the driver’s side B pillar in order to access the patient.  They were able to remove the patient(s) from the wreckage and assisted with medical care.

LifeNet dispatched 2 Ambulance Crews to the scene.  At least 1 person was transported to the hospital by ambulance.

Holcomb’s Transport & Recovery took charge of the wreckage on the bridge and removed it from the scene.

Traffic flow was interrupted for approximately 1 hour.