Friday was an extremely busy day for emergency personnel across Cherokee County – with several auto accidents taking place, resulting in two people being transported for treatment
According to Alabama Law Enforcement Agency accident reports, troopers responded to an accident on Alabama Highway 278 at 7:40am. That single-vehicle accident involved a 2009 Toyota being driven by a male resident of Albertville, who fortunately, was unhurt.
Two people were hurt in an accident on 278, around 3:00 that afternoon – involving a 2014 Buick, being driven by a resident of Boaz; both the driver and a passenger in the vehicle are listed as receiving injuries as a result of the wreck.
Another collision occurred at around 5:25pm on Sand Rock Avenue, between a 2016 Honda and 2012 Chevrolet; luckily, both drivers, a female resident of Centre, and a female resident of Cedar Bluff – were unhurt.
Troopers also responded to a wreck on Alabama Highway 9 at 9:30pm, where both drivers, a male from Lafayette, Georgia in a 1995 Chevrolet – and a female from Leesburg in a 2014 Nissan – fortunately, escaped injury.
There was also a two-vehicle accident at around 5:30pm close to the Sonic Restaurant, with no injuries. Centre Police worked that mishap.