Single Vehicle Rollover Leaves Woman Bleeding on Capital Blvd

At 5:30 PM on Sunday a call went out for Wake EMS, Wake Forest Police, and Wake Forest Fire Department to respond to Capital Blvd, northbound, around where Lowe’s is.

Vehicle comes to rest ahead of where the woman was lying on Capital Blvd, bleeding.
Vehicle comes to rest ahead of where the woman was lying on Capital Blvd, bleeding. She is loaded into Wake EMS 33 before heading to the hospital.

Witnesses described the woman who was injured, traveling faster than 65 MPH when she drifted off the left side of the road. They described a lot of dust and dirt flying and then the car rolled over and unknown number of times.

A Wake Forest Police Officer stands near blood on Capital Boulevard at the site of where the woman was lying and treated before WakeEMS took her to the hospital.
A Wake Forest Police Officer stands near blood on Capital Boulevard at the site of where the woman was lying and treated before Wake EMS took her to the hospital.

There was blood inside the vehicle and she apparently made contact with the windshield. Witnesses said the woman was not ejected from the vehicle but she was found and treated in the left hand lane of Capital Blvd. How she got from the car to the roadway is uncertain.

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