Victim's extrication from car takes long time after SW side crash
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INDIANAPOLIS - A crash Wednesday afternoon on the city’s southwest side had crews working tirelessly to extricate a victim from a vehicle.
Police said at roughly 1:30 p.m., a wreck was reported near the intersection of South High School Road and West Mooresville Road in Indianapolis.
Decatur Township Fire Department Chief Dale Henson said it was a single-vehicle wreck. Witnesses said a woman in her 50s went off the road and up a wire, turning her car over, as you can see in photos.
Officials told RTV6 it has taken a very long time for firefighters to extricate the one victim of the crash, but that she was not seriously hurt.
She was taken to Methodist Hospital with non-life-threatening injuries.
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