Auto Strikes Tree Near Huntington Community First Aid Squad Headquarters

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A 2016 Toyota sedan driven by a 32 year old male struck a tree near the Huntington Community First Aid Squad (HCFAS) headquarters Saturday. The vehicle was eastbound on Railroad Street near the intersection of Loundes approximately 2:30 PM when the driver struck a tree on the west side of the road.  He self -extricated but suffered a laceration to his head and upon further evaluation by the ambulance crew he appeared disorientated. Due to the nature of the accident and the injuries incurred by the driver it was decided to transport him to Nassau University Medical Center, a Level One Trauma Center.

Huntington Manor FD was on scene to spread Speedy Dry on fluids that had leaked on the road.


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.

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