VIDEO: First Flight Transports Car vs. Motorcycle Crash Victim

By  //  April 7, 2015

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at intersection of Columbia Blvd. and Sisson Rd.

ABOVE VIDEO: First Flight Air Medical Transport lands at the scene of motorcycle versus car crash at Sisson Road and Columbia Boulevard in Titusville on Tuesday afternoon.

BREVARD COUNTY •  TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA – A car and motorcycle were involved in a crash at the intersection of Columbia Boulevard and Sisson Road on Tuesday at about 5:43 p.m.

According to Titusville Fire and Emergency Services, Battalion 2, Truck 13; Rescue 13; and District 10 were dispatched to the scene. The Titusville Police Department was on scene and said the motorcyclist was not wearing a helmet and had a head injury.

EMS 1 and E-12 was then added to the call and responded. Upon arrival, Truck and Rescue 13 assessed the scene and found one motorcyclist down and two persons in the car, which had moderate right front end damage to the car and it’s windshield.

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A car and motorcycle were involved in a crash in Titusville at the intersection of Columbia Boulevard and Sisson Road on Tuesday at about 5:43 p.m. (Image for SpaceCoastDaily.com)

The motorcyclist was assessed and deemed a Trauma Alert due to the injuries and mechanism of injury.

First Flight Air Medical Transport was notified and responded to the scene. District 10 arrived on scene and established Command.

According to Titusville Fire and Emergency Services, only one person in the car complained of injury and a second Brevard County Fire Rescue unit was dispatched to transport that patient.

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A car and motorcycle were involved in a crash in Titusville at the intersection of Columbia Boulevard and Sisson Road on Tuesday at about 5:43 p.m. (Image for SpaceCoastDaily.com)

Brevard County Fire Rescue R-26 transported the Trauma Alert victim, along with Titusville Fire paramedics, to the Landing Zone just east of the scene that E-12 has established.

Brevard County Fire Rescue D-20 and R-23 arrived and the second patient was transported to Parrish Medical Center.

The Trauma Alert patient, who had not been identified, was flown to Holmes Regional Medical Center for further treatment.

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