75 Feet Down An Embankment, Driver Trapped After Going Airborne

Bucks County, PA. – The Falls Township Police Department is investigating a serious crash that hospitalized a Bristol Township man Thursday.

On February 13, 2020, at 11:10 pm, officers were dispatched to the area of southbound Route 1 at West Bridge Street for a report of a serious traffic crash.

It was reported a vehicle, that was speeding, went off the overpass and into the woods. Upon the arrival of responding officers, they found a Chevrolet TrailBlazer approximately 75 feet down the embankment.

The Chevrolet had struck the guardrail, went airborne, rolling over several times before coming to a rest on its driver side, heavily entrapping the driver.

Units from the Falls Township and Morrisville Fire Departments responded to the scene and extricated the driver.

The driver was then handed over to the Levittown-Fairless Hills Rescue Squad, who transported the driver to Capital Health Regional Medical Center with serious head and lower extremity injuries.

Speeding and alcohol are believed to be factors in this traffic crash, according to police. Anyone with information regarding this traffic crash is asked to contact Ofc Jeff Rhodunda, (215) 949-9100 ext 442.