Graniteville Accident Injures Off-duty EMT
Posted on Nov 07, 2009
A Graniteville car accident involving two vehicles results in an off-duty city EMT suffering injuries. The accident took place at approximately 10:30 PM on Thursday, October 29, 2009.
According to police, the two-vehicle accident occurred at the corner of Ada Drive and Richmond Avenue when a tan Chrysler Concorde collided with a blue Chevrolet Suburban. The force of the impact pushed the Chevy off the road and into a “No Standing” pole which was located at the corner.
According to police, the unidentified city EMT, who is employed by Richmond University Medical Center (RUMC), was driving the Chrysler at the time the incident took place. The EMT was injured and immediately transported by rescue workers to RUMC. The extent of his injuries were not made available.
The Chrysler Concorde is registered to Daniel Machucha, according to motor vehicle records.
The unidentified driver of the blue Chevrolet Suburban was also injured in the car accident. He was transported to a local hospital and was treated for what is reported as being non life-threatening injuries. No other information was provided as to the extent of his injuries.
The Chevrolet had South Carolina license plates.
The Graniteville car accident is still under investigation by local authorities.