NEW BERN, CRAVEN COUNTY - Weather might have been a factor in a crash that injured two people in New Bern.
Police said a man driving a small car lost control and hit a Trailblazer head on.
The incident happened after 6:30 p.m. near the corner of Neuse Boulevard and Simmons Street.
Crews had to extricate a person in the car. The driver suffered serious injuries, according to a NewsChannel 12 photographer, and was taken to Carolina East Medical Center.
We spoke with the driver of the SUV, who may have a broken ankle as a result of the accident.
"The first thing I thought was get out of the car...But my foot was trapped between the brake pedal and the floor," Ron Baker, the driver of the Trailblazer said.
Stay with NewsChannel 12 as we work to get you the name and condition of the other driver involved in that crash.
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