Woman Walks Away from Two-Car Wreck

By: Erica Proffer Email
By: Erica Proffer Email

A woman walked away from a wreck after the vehicle she was driving flipped over about three times.

The two-car wreck happened around 10:30AM Tuesday morning near the intersection of West Carroll Street and Ross Clark Circle.

Police say a silver car pulled in front of traffic on Ross Clark Circle when the driver in a black car swerved to miss and flipped about three times before coming to its final resting spot.

Fortunately, there are no major injuries to report.

"It just goes to show that during these next two weeks that we're enforcing the seat belt law,” said Sgt. Tim Ward with the Dothan Police Department. “If you wear your seat belt properly, you can be involved in a major crash and then walk away from it."

The wreck is under investigation by the Dothan Police Department.

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  • by Bill Location: Enterprise. on May 21, 2008 at 09:27 AM
    Wiregrass drivers are some of the worst in the nation. Tailgating, speeding or going to slow, failure to yield, no use of turn signals, no lights in the rain, uninsured rate is sky high, driving without a lic. and the list goes on & on. Worse drivers in the US are here in the Wiregrass.
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