A woman was trapped in her wrecked car for more than a half hour this morning in Pitt County. This after a witness says the SUV went airborne and landed in a field.
The crash happened on Mills Road, off of Highway 43 around 10:30 a.m.
Firefighters from Eastern Pines took about thirty minutes to free the woman from the overturned SUV. A nearby resident, who was in his garage, heard the accident and saw the car airborne. The vehicle then rolled over once in a field.
The woman was coherent when pulled from the wreckage. No word yet on what caused the accident.
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