Auto Accident at Appalachian Market

Driver had to be extracted from car

At 5:39 p.m. on Tuesday, July 7, in the Appalachian Market gas station, Route 9 at Route 403 in Philipstown, the Garrison Volunteer Fire Company responded to a two-car personal injury auto accident where a women was pinned in her car after it was T-boned, and needed to be extracted. Continental Village Fire Department responded in mutual aid, and their rescue truck’s Jaws of Life was used to cut the driver out of the car.

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