Video courtesy of Billy Marts, Aberdeen Times.
WEST END, N.C. (WNCN) – A woman had to be extricated after getting pinned her car following a single-vehicle wreck in Moore County early Saturday morning, according to the Aberdeen Times.
The crash happened just before 1:30 a.m. Saturday on Beulah Hill Church Road at the bridge between N.C. Highway 73 and Carthage Road when the driver slammed her car into a tree, the Aberdeen Times reported.
The 22-year-old driver was pinned in her Honda Civic after the wreck and ad to be extricated by rescue crews responding to the scene. After being freed from the car, the driver was transported to FirstHealth of the Carolinas Hospital in Pinehurst with non-life threatening injuries.
Beulah Hill Church Road was closed to traffic in both directions while crews were on scne.
Responding to the wreck were units with Eastwood Fire Department, Pinehurst Fire Department, West End Fire & Rescue, Moore County EMS, Moore County Sheriff’s Department, and the N.C. State Highway Patrol.
According to investigating Troopers at the scene of the accident it is believed alcohol was a factor in the crash, the Aberdeen Times reported.