WESTFIELD — Three people involved in a wreck Friday evening were transported to Wake Forest Baptist Health where one remains in critical condition.
At 4:34 p.m., Johnny Broomfield and Roger Hayes were traveling along Westfield Road in opposing directions toward Hollingsworth Road. As they reached the intersection of Hollingsworth Road, those who were on the scene just as the wreck occurred said they both collided with a sedan driven by Virgie Pack as she turned out of Hollingsworth Road into Westfield Road.
Broomfield was driving a red four-door F-series pick-up truck belonging to Honey Do - The Original Handyman. He also was pulling a trailer which appeared to be carrying construction supplies and tools. Hayes was driving a silver Chevy pick-up and was pulling a metal-framed plank trailer which was empty. Both trucks, Hayes’ trailer and Pack’s silver Toyota Camry ended up off the side of the road and partially down an embankment into a wooded area.
Pack, 76, of Mount Airy, was the driver of the silver Toyota Camry and was in critical condition at the scene of the accident after she was cut out of the vehicle, according to Surry County Emergency Services Director John Shelton. She was transported to WFBH via AirCare from the old Westfield School. Broomfield, 53, of Mount Airy, and Hayes, 43, of Westfield, were both transported by ground to WFBH where both were in stable condition Friday night.
In addition to the N.C. Highway Patrol, Pilot Mountain Rescue Squad, Westfield Volunteer Fire and First Response and Surry County Emergency Medical Services responded to the scene.
Trooper Bryan Jones with the N.C. Highway Patrol was unable to be reached by press time for further details.