6 refuse treatment in accident


Six people refused treatment Monday after a three-car pileup wreck on North High Street in the afternoon, officials said. The accident, which occurred in the northbound lane near the Collins Avenue intersection, appeared to have been a chain reaction. Rhonda Shipley of Winchester said she was sitting on a nearby porch with her mother after gardening when she heard screeching tires and a crash, then more screeching tires and a louder crash. An older man sustained lacerations to his leg, according to EMS personnel.

Six people refused treatment Monday after a three-car pileup wreck on North High Street in the afternoon, officials said. The accident, which occurred in the northbound lane near the Collins Avenue intersection, appeared to have been a chain reaction. Rhonda Shipley of Winchester said she was sitting on a nearby porch with her mother after gardening when she heard screeching tires and a crash, then more screeching tires and a louder crash. An older man sustained lacerations to his leg, according to EMS personnel.


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Six people refused treatment Monday after a three-car pileup wreck on North High Street in the afternoon, officials said. The accident, which occurred in the northbound lane near the Collins Avenue intersection, appeared to have been a chain reaction. Rhonda Shipley of Winchester said she was sitting on a nearby porch with her mother after gardening when she heard screeching tires and a crash, then more screeching tires and a louder crash. An older man sustained lacerations to his leg, according to EMS personnel.

Six people refused treatment Monday after a three-car pileup wreck on North High Street in the afternoon, officials said. The accident, which occurred in the northbound lane near the Collins Avenue intersection, appeared to have been a chain reaction. Rhonda Shipley of Winchester said she was sitting on a nearby porch with her mother after gardening when she heard screeching tires and a crash, then more screeching tires and a louder crash. An older man sustained lacerations to his leg, according to EMS personnel.
https://www.timesgazette.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/33/2019/06/web1_f-3-car-wreck.jpgSix people refused treatment Monday after a three-car pileup wreck on North High Street in the afternoon, officials said. The accident, which occurred in the northbound lane near the Collins Avenue intersection, appeared to have been a chain reaction. Rhonda Shipley of Winchester said she was sitting on a nearby porch with her mother after gardening when she heard screeching tires and a crash, then more screeching tires and a louder crash. An older man sustained lacerations to his leg, according to EMS personnel. David Wright | The Times-Gazette