HN VIDEO: Two patients airlifted in separate helicopters from Bourne State Police barracks after single vehicle rollover…

HN VIDEO:  Two patients airlifted in separate helicopters from Bourne State Police barracks after single vehicle rollover…

 

UPDATE — The following is an actual statement from the Bourne Firefighters:

Last night at approximately 11p.m units from BFD and BPD responded to a reported rollover on Shore rd. Upon arrival units found a car that had rolled multiple times. With x 2 occupants trapped.

A136 and A133 were dispatched to the scene along with C142, and E124 from Bourne and MMR Fire responded and the Jaws of life were put to work to extricate both occupants.

Both patients were Medflighted to Boston hospitals with multiple injuries.

Neither patient was reported to be wearing a seatbelt.

 

UPDATE: According to the Cape Cod Times, the driver was a 28-year-old man from Falmouth, and the passenger was a 31-year-old man from Bourne.

 

BOURNE – [DEVELOPING] – As you will see in the following HN Video, two patients were airlifted in separate helicopters after a serious single vehicle rollover last evening, shortly after 11:00PM.
 
The vehicle rolled over into the front yard of 330 Shore Road.
 
Both patients were trapped inside of the vehicle and firefighters needed to use the jaws of life to free them from the wreckage.
 
Both victims were airlifted to off-Cape trauma centers.
 
The accident is under investigation by the Bourne Police Department.
 
The following HN Video highlights both airlifts shortly after both patients were freed from the wreckage…
 
[PRESS PLAY]

 

HN NOTE:
It took quite a while to stabilize one of the patients on the ground before being airlifted. Please keep these two individuals and their families in your thoughts and prayers today.

 

 

 




 

 

 

11/24/2017

 

Robert Bastille

 


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