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Saturday, December 19, 2015

Ludlow Crash Has Live Wires Down On Route 6 Near Wildcat Park

Pole Sheared Off, Live Wires Down
At 5:14 PM on Saturday, Ludlow Fire Dept, Kane Fire Dept. for Rescue, and Kane ambulance have been dispatched to a crash on Route 6 in Ludlow near Wildcat Park. A pickup truck has sheared off a utility pole with live wires down on the roadway. 2 people are reported entrapped in the pickup.

8 comments :

Anonymous said...

Ahhh.. the first bad roads of the season. Time to weed out the people that don't know how to drive and stack them up in the ditch. Slippery roads are NO excuse for an accident.

Anonymous said...

It is actually the second storm. We had significant snowfall in October. Just saying.

Anonymous said...

So glad you (5:57) are the World's Best Driver. They are called accidents for a reason. Slowing down is the safest idea, but even the most cautious driver may still have an accident when the roads are not in "perfect" condition.

Anonymous said...

626, when in October was there significant snowfall? I don't recall.
Maybe you are thinking about last year.

Anonymous said...

all the more reason to stay home.

Anonymous said...

6:38 according to safety professionals there is no such thing as an "accident." Thanks genius for the comment. And no, the " most" cautious driver should never by rights ever in his or her lifetime have an accident. If the " most " cautious were to wreck, then every single person would wreck.

Anonymous said...

state highway crews knew snow was coming most roads were bad, not ready for it again

Unknown said...

I hope nobody was seriously injured!! Mr. Perfect