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Treacherous conditions cause driver to flip vehicle

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FOUNTAIN LAKE (Hot Springs Daily) - Around 3:30 Wednesday afternoon a driver lost control of her vehicle due to severe weather in Fountain Lake, Arkansas.

According to officials, the driver hydroplaned on the wet surface and over-corrected causing the vehicle to flip upside down, resting on an embankment.

The driver of the car was assisted out of the passenger's side door by another motorist after the incident.

The driver reported no injuries and was screened by LifeNet Ambulance Services as a precautionary measure.

The Fountain Lake Voluntary Fire Department and Rescue units, along with the Arkansas State Police, responded to the incident.

 

Courtesy of: Hot Springs Daily

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