MVA Driver Sent By Helicopter To Stony Brook University Hospital
The Huntington Community First Aid Squad (HCFAS) was sent to the scene of a two car MVA on East Rogues Path and Lodge Avenue on Saturday May 11th, 2019, at approximately 4:45 PM.
A 2018 Honda CR-V westbound on East Rogues Path waiting to make a left turn onto Lodge Avenue was rear-ended by a 1999 Ford F-550. The 21 year old male driver of the Ford who suffered serious injuries was taken by HCFAS ambulance to the landing zone at Maple Intermediate School and transferred to SCPD helicopter to be flown to Stony Brook University Hospital, a Level One trauma center.
The Honda driver, a 32 year old male, was taken by a second HCFAS ambulance to Huntington Hospital for treatment of minor injuries.
About Huntington Community First Aid Squad: Huntington Community First Aid Squad provides Advanced Life Support Ambulances and Emergency Medical Services to residents within the town of Huntington since 1967. Volunteer crews are ready to go 24/7, 365 days a year, to answer the call from neighbors in need. The Huntington Community Ambulance District covers an area from Lloyd Harbor and Lloyd Neck in the North – to Melville in the South and from the Nassau/Suffolk border and Cold Spring Harbor in the West – to Greenlawn and Dix Hills in the East. Over 280 volunteer members responded to more than 6000 calls in 2018.