Suffolk officials investigating two-vehicle accident

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Suffolk, Va. – The Suffolk Police Department and Suffolk Fire and Rescue are currently assisting each other in an accident involving a farm-use truck and passenger vehicle.

The accident occurred at approximately 5:44PM at S. Quay Road and Holy Neck Road in the Holland borough of Suffolk.

The preliminary investigation indicates that the farm-use truck was traveling westbound when it was struck from the rear by a Mercury sedan. The driver of the sedan then struck a tree. Other motorists assisted the driver of the sedan prior to the arrival of rescue units.

The male driver was flown via Nightingale to Sentara Norfolk General Hospital with non-life threatening injuries.

Battalion 1, Engine 7, Medic-7 and Rescue -1 responded to the scene. Officer L. Thompson is the investigating officer.

Stay with NewsChannel 3 as we bring you more on this developing story.

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