A two-vehicle collision in Cherokee County taking place Thursday afternoon resulted in four people being hurt.
According to the Alabama Law Enforcement Agency accident report the wreck was at 4:10pm on County Road 22 at the intersection of County Road 76 – involving a pair of pickups – a 2007 Mitsubishi and a 2006 Chevrolet. Occupants of one of the vehicles were entrapped and had to be freed by the Cherokee County Rescue Squad and Spring Creek firefighters.
In all, four subjects had to be transported by Floyd EMS to area emergency rooms for treatment. That included, in the Chevrolet, the female driver – listed as a resident of Centre and a female passenger – and in the Mitsubishi, the male driver – a resident of Buchanan, Georgia and a female passenger.
The Cherokee County Rescue Squad, Spring Creek Fire Department, Cherokee County Sheriff’s Office Deputies, Centre Police, Floyd EMS, and Alabama State Troopers, were all on the scene