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Jones wreck sends three to hospital, knocks out power to neighborhood

Three people were injured when this Mustang GT ran off the road and split a power pole in the Glade Community Saturday. Photo by Jones Co. Fire Council Three people were injured when this Mustang GT ran off the road and split a power pole in the Glade Community Saturday. Photo by Jones Co. Fire Council
JONES COUNTY, MS (WDAM) - Three people were injured and power was knocked out to an area around Township and Antioch Roads in Jones County Saturday afternoon, when a car left the road and ran into a power pole in the Glade Community. 

Jones County officials said the vehicle, a late-model Mustang GT, hydroplaned, ran off the road and split a utility pole, injuring the driver and two passengers.  

One of them was pregnant. 

First responders said the 19-year-old driver had to be extricated from the car. 

He had just gotten it on Friday. 

Officials said power was restored by 8 p.m.   

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