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Rollover Injury Crash On Airport Road At “The Walls” – HOT SPRINGS

Posted by Arkansas 911 News Chief Editor Paul Maddox

Hot Springs Police Sergeant Lenox supervised the investigation of what appeared to be a rollover inure crash early this morning on Airport Road at “The Walls” section of highway near the LifeNet Helicopter Hangar.

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Evidence at the scene suggested that the Westbound Jeep went out of control on the highway, rolled over at least once and came to final rest on it’s roof in a traffic lane.

Hot Springs Fire & Rescue Troops arrived quickly.  They blocked traffic and assisted as necessary.

LifeNet dispatched an Ambulance Crew to the scene.  They transported at least 1 injured person to the hospital via ambulance.

Traffic flow was interrupted for approximately 40 minutes.