Monroe Wreck Saturday Results in Woman Being Lifeflighted to a Hospital

A single car wreck on Ho Hum Hollow Road in Monroe on Saturday evening resulted in a woman being lifeflighted to an area hospital.

A spokesman with Georgia State Patrol confirmed that a single vehicle wreck on Ho Hum Hollow Road in Monroe at about 6:20 p.m. Saturday resulted in a woman being airlifted to an area hospital.

The wreck involved a Ford Expedition in a collision with a tree. There was only one injury and it required an extrication, according to the GSP. A helicopter was called for transportation of the victim to a hospital. This is the second serious accident on Ho Hum Hollow Road in less than a month. Three people were injured at the intersection of Ho Hum Hollow and Youth Monroe Road on Oct. 31.

Details on Saturday's wreck to follow.

Laura DiPascal November 12, 2012 at 05:54 PM
Thanks for the update. We are actually getting updates now from a close family friend. Praying!
jeanette November 15, 2012 at 12:42 AM
laura .. she did have surgery today.. and from what we were told at work the doctors are very pleased with her progess. thank you from all her coworkers, family and friends for being there for her..
Laura DiPascal November 16, 2012 at 05:31 PM
any new updates on Jennifer?
Sharon Swanepoel November 16, 2012 at 05:45 PM
I will do an update this afternoon. I have spoken to the GSP Trooper regarding details of the accident, but those are a little sketchy since nobody has been able t speak to Jennifer at this time. Her husband, Darren, has been giving updates on her condition on Facebook. Although she is obviously still struggling to deal with her injuries, there does appear to be more hopeful news. http://www.facebook.com/dlford52?fref=ts
diana November 22, 2012 at 03:38 AM
Jennifer is still in a coma, the doctors have no ideal when she will wake up. OR IF SHE WILL .With mounting medical bills a fund has been set up at all Essex banks for donations she has a husband and two children age 10 and 7


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