Authorities responded to a wreck shortly after 1 p.m. to a two-vehicle wreck. The wreck happened on Lay Dam Road at the intersection of Ollie Avenue and resulted in one person with a critical injury airlifted to UAB.
Authorities in Clanton responded to a wreck shortly after 1 p.m Monday. to a two-vehicle wreck.
The wreck happened on Lay Dam Road at the intersection of Ollie Avenue and resulted in one person with a critical injury airlifted to UAB.

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Midday wreck on Lay Dam Road results in one critical injury

Published 3:18pm Monday, September 30, 2013

A midday wreck Monday on Lay Dam Road at the intersection of Ollie Avenue resulted in one person with a critical injury airlifted to UAB.

The Clanton Fire Department, Clanton Police Department and Chilton County Sheriff’s Department were dispatched shortly after 1 p.m. on Monday to a two-vehicle wreck involving a flower delivery truck and a white, 4-door Toyota car.

The driver of the truck said he was making a flower delivery to Pinedale Gardens on Lay Dam Road when the driver of the Toyota pulled out from Ollie Avenue onto Lay Dam Road.

The driver of the truck said he was unable stop before crashing into the Toyota.

Clanton Fire Department Chief David Driver said there were three individuals involved in the wreck including the driver of the flower delivery truck and two elderly occupants in the Toyota.

The driver of the flower delivery truck and the passenger in the Toyota were both transported to Shelby Baptist for minor injuries with the driver of the Toyota airlifted to UAB in critical condition.

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