UPDATE: Five injured in three-vehicle crash at Mount Jagged

UPDATE: Monday, August 22, 2pm
Nanjing Night Net

MOUNT JAGGED –An 18-year-old woman remains in hospital after a three-car crash at Mount Jagged.

Five people were taken to Flinders Medical Centre as a result of the crash on Sunday, including two via helicopter.

The 18-year-old, a woman fro Jamestown, remains in a serious but stable condition at FMC.

Police are continuing their investigations into the crash.

UPDATE: Monday, August 22, 11am

MOUNT JAGGED –Two drivers were airlifted to Flinders Medical Centre in a stable condition after a three-car crash at Mount Jagged on Sunday, August 21.

Police and emergency services were called to the crash on Victor Harbor Road about 3.45pm and found two drivers trapped in their cars.

An 18-year-old Jamestown woman driving a Suzuki sedan and a 45-year-old Valley View man driving a SsangYong ute were taken to Flinders Medical Centre in a stable condition via helicopter.

Three other passengers sustained non-life threatening injuries and were taken by ambulance to Flinders Medical Centre.

Major Crash Investigators examined the scene and surrounding circumstances, and the road was closed for several hours.

STORY: Sunday, August 21, 6pm

MOUNT JAGGED –Five people were taken to hospital afteraserious three-vehicle crashon Victor Harbor Road on Sunday afternoon (August 21).

The crash happened at Mount Jagged about 3.45pm.

One female driver,in a serious but stable condition, was airlifted by helicopter to Flinders Medical Centre (FMC).

Another victim in a less serious conditionwas also airlifted by helicopterto FMC and three other victims were taken by ambulance.

Road restrictions were still in place at5.30pm. At that time north-bound traffic was still diverted along Hindmarsh Tiers road to the Main South Road coastal route, and south bound traffic was similarlydiverted along the coast away from Victor Harbor Road.

Major crash investigators attendedthe scene.

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