Four seriously injured in crash on West Main Street in Waynesboro

SOURCE: MGN
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WAYNESBORO, Va. (WHSV) — Four people have been taken to UVA Medical Center in critical condition after a two-vehicle crash in Waynesboro on Monday.

At 1:37 p.m., the Waynesboro Police Department, along with the Waynesboro Fire Department and First Aid Crew, responded to West Main Street (Route 250) and Hall Lane, an intersection not far from the Waynesboro Landscape and Garden Center.

At the scene, first responders found two vehicles had collided in the eastbound lane of West Main Street, seriously injuring two people in each car.

Initial investigation found a 17-year-old boy was driving a 1987 Ford Hatchback, with a 15-year-old passenger, which collided with a 2008 Hyundai being driven by a 69-year-old man, with a 60-year-old woman from Crimora.

Both of the teenagers had to be extracted from the car and were taken to Augusta Health by ambulance. However, since that time, they have been transported to UVA in critical condition.

The 69-year-old man and 60-year-old woman were also taken to Augusta Health at first, but have since been transferred to UVA Medical Center with serious injuries.

Captain Kelly Walker, with the Waynesboro Police Department, says investigation is still ongoing into the crash.