WATCH: AirMed1 at Rollover Crash Near Wall


SAN ANGELO, Texas – Emergency medical personnel were dispatched to a one vehicle rollover crash on Susan Peak Rd. Monday morning where a driver was trapped upside down in a black SUV. 

First responders from the Wall VFD and the San Angelo Fire Department were initially dispatched to the scene to assist Tom Green County Sheriff's Deputies and Texas DPS Troopers in the 14000 block of Susan Peak Rd. south of Wall.  

The report said a dark or black SUV had rolled over and landed on its roof and the driver was trapped inside.  Further communications by first responders at the scene indicated the driver was suspended by his seatbelt.  

AirMed1 was dispatched to the scene.  See more on the video below: 

Reports say the drive was the only occupant of the vehicle and was conscious and breathing when paramedics arrived.  

Traffic was blocked for hundreds of yards along Susan Peak Rd. as first responders attended to the victim and investigated the cause of the crash.  

No further information was released at the scene.  This is a developing story. 

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