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Jones County man injured after truck strikes guardrail

One man was injured after his truck hit a guardrail in Jones County. Source: JCFC One man was injured after his truck hit a guardrail in Jones County. Source: JCFC
JONES COUNTY, MS (WDAM) -

A Jones County man was injured Wednesday after his vehicle collided with a guardrail.

Units from Powers, Glade and Shady Grove Volunteer Fire Departments responded to the scene of the accident on Highway 184 near the intersection of Highway 84 East.

According to the Jones County Fire Council, firefighters and medical emergency responders found a pickup truck with damage to the front and driver's side resting against the guardrail that it had struck.

The man was transported by EMServ ambulance to South Central Regional Medical Center in Laurel for treatment of what was believed to be moderate injuries.

The cause of the accident is unknown.

Rescue personnel on scene included Powers, Glade and Shady Grove Volunteer Fire Departments, EMServ Ambulance Service, Jones County Sheriff's Department and Jones County Fire Coordinator Dan McKenna.

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