Driver involved in accident on Angling Road this morning has died at hospital
Alan J. Hargrave, of Pavilion, died this morning about 20 minutes after arriving at UMMC following an accident reported at 9:47 a.m. on Angling Road, Corfu.
Hargrave and his brother, John S. Hargrave, had just dropped off a load of scrap at Ed Arnold Scrap Processors and were heading south when Alan suffered some sort of medical issue that caused him to lose control of the vehicle.
The truck, which was hauling an empty flatbed trailer, struck a tree.
Alan Hargrave was unconscious and not breathing when Deputy Lonnie Nati first arrived on scene.
Nati and Don Newton, chief of the East Pembroke Volunteer Fire Department, extricated Hargrave from the vehicle and began CPR and deployed a defibrillator and Alan Hargrave began breathing.
He was placed in a Mercy EMS ambulance for further emergency treatment before being transported to UMMC.
Coroner Karen Lang was requested to respond to UMMC, where she pronounced that Alan Hargrave had died.
John Hargrave, who suffered cuts and abrasions in the accident, was transported to ECMC for evaluation.
The accident is being investigated by the Sheriff's Office. Corfu fire and East Pembroke fire and Indian Falls fire assisted at the scene.