Multiple crashes make busy Friday for Temple first responders

TEMPLE, TX (Temple Fire & Rescue) - Three accidents within three hours Friday afternoon made for a busy start to the weekend for Temple area first responders. But, no life threatening injuries were reported in the crashes.

Just before noon Friday, Temple Fire & Rescue, Temple Police and Scott & White EMS responded to 5110 N. General Bruce Drive, Southbound Service Road for a two vehicle crash involving an 18 wheeler and a dump truck.

There were no injuries. Only the Southbound service road was closed. An Environmental Service Contractor responded to conduct cleanup.

Around 2:30 PM Friday, Temple Fire & Rescue, Temple Police & Scott & White EMS were dispatched to the intersection of S. 31st Street & West Avenue M on a 2 vehicle crash.

One vehicle struck the side of a building. A window in the building was broken and an interior wall received minor damage. Three people were involved, but there were no injuries reported.

And, Just after 3:00 PM Friday, Temple Fire & Rescue, Temple Police and Scott & White EMS were called to the intersection of S. 31st Street & Azalea Dr. for a 2 vehicle crash.

The driver of a Chevrolet Impala was extricated after the car landed on its side. Both drivers involved in the two vehicle crash were transported to Scott & White Medical Center for evaluation.

All three crashes are under investigation.