For the second time in just over a week, vehicles were involved in a serious smash-up on Brundage Lane near the Maverick Gas Station.
This accident involved a white pick-up carrying a couple and a small red sports car, also carrying two passengers. Jason Hamby, Lead Paramedic with Rocky Mountain Ambulance, told Sheridan Media that all four people were transported to Memorial Hospital. The condition of each victim is unknown.
Sheridan Media initially received word that two children were with the couple in the pick-up truck; Hamby says that is incorrect. However, the two children's tricycle apparatuses did apparently fly out of the back of the pick-up upon collision.
Referring to it as a "2-vehicle t-bone" crash, Rocky Mountain, along with Goose Valley Fire, responded to the 1100 block of East Brundage Lane at about 12:15 Friday afternoon.