Three people injured in collision in Rocky Mount

From Staff Reports

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A Thursday morning collision at a Rocky Mount intersection between a Suddenlink service truck and a minivan sent three people, including a child, to Nash General Hospital.

The Rocky Mount Fire Department found the truck, a Ford F-150, on its side after the truck rolled over, Capt. Steve Johnson said. The minivan was upright.

The extent of injuries is unknown at this time, but they are believed to have been nonfatal, Johnson said.

“I do not think anything was life-threatening, but it was a roll-over,” Johnson said. “They will look them over when they get to the hospital because sometimes you have to worry about internal bleeding, but I do not think anything is life-threatening.”

The collision occurred at the intersection of Thomas A. Betts Parkway and Gold Rock Road around 10:20 a.m.