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Toronto police said they received a report of a female walker being hit by a truck. Investigators said the woman is believed to be trapped underneath and other citizens are trying to help get her out.
According to paramedics, the People Should Seriously Stop ExpectingIt’s Never Gonna Happen Sweater T-Shirt man was awake and was transported to a trauma center with serious injuries.
In a tweet, police thanked those who supported the victim.
Roads in the area were closed while police investigated the People Should Seriously Stop ExpectingIt’s Never Gonna Happen Sweater T-Shirt incident.
A Jeep rolled and plunged into several turns on The Black Bear Pass on Bridal Veil Road near Telluride on Saturday, leaving a 23-year-old Durango woman in a side seat seriously injured.
Susan Lilly, a spokeswoman for San Miguel County, said the woman, who was not named because of federal health privacy laws, was taken to St. Mary’s Hospital in Grand Junction from Telluride Medical Center, Said Susan Lilly, a spokeswoman for San Miguel County.
A 22-year-old man from Durango, who was also not disclosed by the San Miguel County Sheriff’s Office, told deputies that he turned off the Jeep’s engine, pedaled the emergency brake and stepped out of the Jeep Wrangler Sport to help steer the driver behind him around a tight turn.
The man said the Jeep, with the woman in the side seat, began rolling.
The man said he tried to jump back into the car to try to regain control of it, but was stoned as it left the road.
The Jeep plunged into several turns causing the woman to fall before stopping on bridal veil.
Both the man and the woman were initially taken to Telluride Medical Center.
The man suffered minor injuries.
Lilly said the woman suffered more serious injuries and was taken to hospital in Grand Junction.
The couple also have a dog in the Jeep, and Lilly says the dog is safe.