Pamplin Media Group – Steele Street crash near Woodstock Park sends car into yard
This crash near Woodstock Park knocked just one auto into a property, and caught the other a single on fire

Pamplin Media Group – Steele Street crash near Woodstock Park sends car into yardA violent collision on Monday afternoon, June 27, at the corner of S.E. Steele Street and 46th Avenue, just west of Woodstock Park, sent a Toyota Sienna LE careening into the yard of a home at the intersection. The other vehicle in the smashup, a Jeep Grand Cherokee SUV, was on fire.

East Precinct officers, and Woodstock Fireplace Station 25’s Motor and Ladder Truck crews, were being sent there at 4:52 p.m.,.

Right before firefighters obtained there, apparently a neighbor had applied a home hearth extinguisher to place out the engine hearth in the Jeep but arriving firefighters applied a “pump can” to make confident it was out.

Somehow, the Toyota skipped a wood utility pole and property tree without hitting either a single and came to relaxation in the lawn just prior to it strike the residence.

An ambulance was also dispatched 1 of the people today included in the crash was evaluated within the paramedic unit before staying taken to a regional hospital.

“We have four or five crashes at this intersection ever yr,” a neighbor informed THE BEE. “It can be a mixture of individuals driving far too fast on Steele Road — and drivers not stopping at the intersection.”

An officer at the scene stated it seemed unlikely that a citation would be issued nevertheless the case is regarded as however to be below investigation.

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