Flight for Life helicopter responding for crash in Bristol

/Earlene Frederick photo

At 7:53 p.m., Flight for Life medical transport helicopter is responding to a landing zone in Bristol for a patient related to a crash.

I am not sure yet of the location of the crash but Bristol Fire Department units seem to be responding to Highway WG west of Highway 45.

UPDATE 8:10 p.m. — Bristol transporting one patient non emergency to a local hospital.

UPDATE 8:18 p.m. — A vehicle has apparently run into a mobile home in this incident, based on radio transmissions.

UPDATE 8:23 p.m. — The county Specialized Response Team is being called to the scene for a structural collapse. The SRT deals with situations like high angle rescue or confined space work. The SRT is made up of specially trained individuals and equipment from county fire departments.

UPDATE 11/19 6:45 a.m. — According to a briefing Bristol Chief Peter Parker gave to media at the scene: Person inside the car had to be freed by firefighters. That person was transported to a Milwaukee hospital via Flight for Life. The resident of the mobile home was transported to a Kenosha area hospital by ambulance.  About 25 Special Response Team members were at the scene to shore up the damaged home in order to get the vehicle out from under it. The cause of the accident remains under investigation by the Sheriff’s Department.

UPDATE 11/19 4:24 p.m. — From a Kenosha County Sheriff’s Department report: The car was traveling eastbound on Rainbow Drive inside Rainbow Lake Manor. The car then went head on into the southwest corner of a mobile home. The mobile home was pushed 2 feet 2 inches north of its original location and 2 feet 6 inches east of its original location.

/Earlene Frederick photo

/Earlene Frederick photo

/Earlene Frederick photo


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