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  • Sheriff's prisoner transport van and car collide in Raleigh

    Several Wake County jail prisoners were being treated for injuries Tuesday afternoon after a transport van and a car collided at South Salisbury and East Cabarrus streets. The crash happened about 11:20 a.m. and brought multiple Emergency Medical Services units and Raleigh police to the scene. Initial reports said several prisoners were hurt, but details were not immediately available. There did not appear to be any serious injuries among people in the car.

Several Wake County jail prisoners were being treated for injuries Tuesday afternoon after a transport van and a car collided at South Salisbury and East Cabarrus streets. The crash happened about 11:20 a.m. and brought multiple Emergency Medical Services units and Raleigh police to the scene. Initial reports said several prisoners were hurt, but details were not immediately available. There did not appear to be any serious injuries among people in the car. Ron Gallagher rgallagher@newsobserver.com
Several Wake County jail prisoners were being treated for injuries Tuesday afternoon after a transport van and a car collided at South Salisbury and East Cabarrus streets. The crash happened about 11:20 a.m. and brought multiple Emergency Medical Services units and Raleigh police to the scene. Initial reports said several prisoners were hurt, but details were not immediately available. There did not appear to be any serious injuries among people in the car. Ron Gallagher rgallagher@newsobserver.com

Prisoners treated after Wake sheriff’s van, car collide in Raleigh

November 15, 2016 12:17 PM