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1 hurt after car falls from parking garage at Saint Thomas Midtown

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NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WSMV) – A lady was rushed to the hospital Wednesday morning when her automobile fell off the higher stage of a parking storage.

The crimson pickup truck fell 4 tales out of the parking storage at Saint Thomas Hospital and landed on its roof within the backyard space under.

Metro Police stated a 73-year-old lady was taken to Vanderbilt Hospital in crucial situation.

The roof of the truck was smashed, and the wheels have been tangled in snapped security wires which can be designed to cease a automobile from falling out of the parking storage like this.

“We’ll be wanting into whether or not she was coming or going from an appointment right here,” Lt. James Williams stated. “There are not any indicators of impairment. She was sporting her seatbelt. We’ll look to see if she had a medical difficulty previous to the crash or if some other car elements or something like that might have performed a job.”

Police tape was put up round piles of damaged glass and automobile elements that have been left behind after the crimson pickup truck was flipped over and towed away.

Martin’s Wrecker Service worker Tyler McLaughlin stated he wasn’t anticipating something like what he discovered when first getting a name in regards to the crash. He has responded to numerous wreck scenes earlier than however stated this one appeared like a film set and the lady was fortunate to get out alive.

“That’s nothing wanting a miracle,” McLaughlin stated. “That’s about all I can say about that. Lots of people don’t stroll out of one thing like that.”

The identify of the lady has not been launched as police work to determine her household. Officers stated she is from Center Tennessee.

The broken a part of the Saint Thomas Hospital parking storage has been closed till repairs will be made. The remainder of the storage stays open

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