SUFFOLK, Va. - Two people were taken to Sentara Norfolk General Hospital after firefighters had to extricate them from their vehicle following a crash in Suffolk Tuesday afternoon.
According to Suffolk Fire-Rescue, crews responded to the crash on Route 58 at Godwin Boulevard. The vehicle's two occupants were trapped inside and had to be removed.
There is currently no information on the patients' condition or the crash's cause.
News 3 is working to learn more.
SFR responded to a single vehicle MVA on Route 58 at Godwin Blvd. Two occupants entrapped. Both patients were extricated and transported to SNGH. Responding units were Engine 6, Engine 26, Rescue 1, Battalion 5, Battalion 1, Safety 1, EMS1, Medic 9, Medic 10, and Suffolk Police. pic.twitter.com/Zjt1GJuhWA— Suffolk Fire & Rescue (@suffolkvafire) July 13, 2022