A woman was sent to a local hospital after three vehicles were involved in a car accident on North Main Street. There were no serious injuries reported.
Around 2:40 p.m., first-responders were dispatched to the 2100 block of North Main Street. The three vehicles that collided bumper-to-bumper line were traveling northbound.
The back-vehicle had white smoke emitting from its engine and a significant crack at the passenger side of the vehicle’s windshield.
Roswell Fire Department battalion chief Heath Metcalf responded to the call along with firefighters, the Roswell Police Department and Emergency Medical Services.
The woman in the passenger seat was able to walk and was transported to a local hospital by ambulance. She could be seen wearing a neck brace as she stepped into the emergency vehicle.
A man inside the central vehicle that was “sandwiched” looked at his rear bumper following the crash. It was heavily dented.
The man struggled to close the trunk of his vehicle, which had also been impacted. He said the speed of the vehicle behind him was a main factor of the incident.