A number of serious accidents happened on Easter Monday

Members of the Central Coast Volunteer Rescue Squad were kept busy over Easter Monday (April 22), responding to multiple incidents across the Coast’s north.
“Just after 1pm, crews were tasked to an accident along Glen Rd at Ourimbah,” said Squad President, Joel Dawes.
“Crews arrived to find no persons trapped at the incident.
“Just after 5pm, rescue crews were then tasked to another accident along Yakalla St at Bateau Bay.
“They arrived to find a two car head-on collision with multiple patients involved.
“The CareFlight Helicopter was also tasked to the incident,” Dawes said.
“While rescue crews were still on scene assisting forensic investigators at the Bateau Bay incident, they were then re-tasked to another head-on collision along the Pacific Hwy at Wadalba.
“This incident left one patient trapped in the vehicle for a short time before being released and taken to the John Hunter Hospital,” he said.

Source:
Website, Apr 22
Central Coast Volunteer Rescue Squad Official Facebook page

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