A two-car, head-on collision accident is reported on Indian Falls Road in the area of Pratt Road. Both drivers will need extrication. One of them is unresponsive and has three minors as passengers.
East Pembroke Fire Department is responding, along with mutual aid from Pembroke and Indian Falls, plus two Mercy EMS units. Two Mercy Flight helicopters are called in and a landing zone is being set up on the corner of Pratt and Indian Falls roads.
An Oakfield medic is on scene and a rig out of Oakfield is called to respond, too. Corfu Fire Police are called to handle traffic control and to shut down Indian Falls Road.
UPDATE 5:21 p.m.: A third Mercy Flight helicopter is called for, and is available, but a crew needs to be assembled. They are working to do that and will advise.
UPDATE 5:22 p.m.: The first helicopter is on the ground. Indian Falls at Route 5 is being closed to traffic.
UPDATE 5:25 p.m.: A second landing zone is being set up
north of the scene, on the southeast corner of Indian Falls and Cleveland roads.
UPDATE 5:27 p.m.: A third helicopter has secured a crew and is 15 minutes away.
UPDATE 5:30 p.m.: A third landing zone is being set up at Kilian and Slusser roads.
UPDATE 5:33 p.m.: The second helicopter has landed, but not at the site originally designated. It's at Pratt and Indian Falls roads, where the first helicopter landed.
UPDATE 5:37: "Mercy Flight is advising they have a fourth helicopter if Squad 2 can ride on it."
UPDATE 5:38 p.m.: A fourth helicopter will not be needed.
UPDATE 5:41 p.m.: All patients have been extricated.
UPDATE 5:43 p.m.: Oakfield medics are en route to UMMC with two small children on board.
UPDATE 5:46 p.m.: The last helicopter has landed. The first chopper is headed to Women & Children's Hospital in Buffalo.
UPDATE 5:56 p.m.: The second helicopter is headed to Erie County Medical Center.
UPDATE 6 p.m.: The last helicopter is headed to Strong Memorial Hospital in Rochester at the patient's request.
UPDATE 7:48 p.m.: All East Pembroke units back in service. The road is reopened.
UPDATE 10:11 p.m.: A caller has told dispatchers that a television news crew is setting up in the area of the accident with very bright lights, "blinding drivers." A deputy is responding.
More pictures from the scene after the jump.