UPDATE 2:05 p.m.: Roanoke County first responders spent part of their Saturday working to pull a car out of a creek at the base of Bent Mountain.
According to the Cave Spring Volunteer Fire Department, crews were dispatched to Bent Mountain Road and Cotton Hill Road at approximately 11:30 a.m. on Saturday for a report of a vehicle crash with injuries.
When firefighters arrived on scene, the department says they found a vehicle had run off the road into the creek and worked to secure the vehicle and get the patient back across the creek.
However, the patient refused to be transported to the hospital, fire officials say.
ROANOKE COUNTY, Va. (WFXR) — First responders are on the scene of a vehicle crash that left a car stuck in a Roanoke County creek Saturday afternoon.
The Roanoke County Police Department says a car went over an embankment and landed in a creek at the base of Bent Mountain on Saturday, Aug. 1.
A dispatcher from the department told WFXR News road closures are in place, but since crews are pulling the car out of the creek at this time, both the road and the scene are expected to clear soon.
There are no reports of patients being transported to the hospital as a result of the crash, police say.
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