By: David M. Higgins II
UPDATE 3:50 p.m. Golden Beach Road at the crash site is now opened in all directions.
Golden Beach Road between Jane Gay Drive and Laurel Ridge Road has been closed down due to a serious motor vehicle crash.
It is reported on the Mechanicsville Volunteer Fire Department Facebook page that there were three patients with one signed refusal. The two other patients were flown out by MEDEVAC, Tropper 7 & 2.
Advisory: The Sheriff’s Office will be utilizing a “drone” as part of a traffic accident investigation in the area of Golden Beach Rd & Jane Gay Dr.
This is a developing story and will be updated when more information is known.
Watch for emergency vehicles and personnel. Expect an extended closure for accident reconstruction.
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