Brookhaven and Monticello Fire Departments, ambulances and MHP respond to vehicle accidents; area reports
The Brookhaven Fire Department responded to a motor vehicle accident at 10:17 a.m. Sunday on Hwy. 51 near Stony Brook Trail. Injuries were reported.
The Monticello Police Department reported no activity Friday through Sunday.
The Monticello Fire Department reports for Friday through Sunday were as follows:
• Motor vehicle accident on Grand Avenue at 12:29 p.m. Friday, without injuries.
• Medical call on FE Sellers Hwy. at 12:46 p.m. Friday.
• Medical call on Hwy. 27 at 5:13 p.m. Friday.
• Medical call on Jefferson St. at 12:58 a.m. Saturday.
The Lawrence County Sheriff’s Department reported no activity Friday through Sunday.
Copiah County reports
The Wesson Police Department reports for Friday through Sunday were as follows:
• Two speeding citations.
The Copiah County Sheriff’s Department reported no activity Friday through Sunday.
The Wesson Volunteer Fire Department reports were not available Friday through Sunday.
Highway Patrol report
Mississippi Highway Patrol Troop M responded to a single vehicle accident without injuries at 10:33 a.m. Friday on I-55 south bound near exit 30. They responded to a single vehicle accident without injuries at 2:07 p.m. Saturday on Hwy. 51. They responded to an accident involving two vehicles at 10:17 a.m. Sunday on Hwy. 51. Injuries were reported.
KDMC Ambulance report
King’s Daughters Medical Center Ambulance Service reported 51 calls Friday through Sunday. Fifteen were transfers, with one to New Orleans, one to Natchez, two to Hattiesburg, one to Pike County, eight to Jackson and two in the city. There were 36 emergency calls; 26 medical, with 18 in the city and eight in the county; six traumas, with four in the city and two in the county; four motor vehicle accidents in the county.
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