Norristown Patch received alerts about a serious car accident in the 700 block of Port Indian Road early Sunday morning that required several victims to be flown by medevac to area hospitals.
According to ABC6 Action News, the crash happened at approximately 12:40 a.m. and required two people to be rescued after the impact trapped them inside their vehicle.
According to The Times Herald, the incident began with a minor fender bender at Egypt and West Main Street, but moved to Port Indian Road after one of the vehicles involved in the initial accident tried to flee. The other driver followed, calling the plate number into police. The chase reportedly ended when the fleeing vehicle hit a tree along Port Indin Road.
A total of three people were hospitalized following the crash – two were flown by medevac to the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania and Paoli Hospital respectively, and a third was transported to Einstein Medical Center Montgomery by ambulance. The condition of all three are currently unknown.
West Norriton Police are reportedly still investigating the crash and have not identifying any of the subjects involved.
Another accident on that same stretch of road less than a month ago sent two teens to area hospitals.