Trailer Park Disturbance Under Investigation

September 16, 2016

Multiple people were reportedly struck by a vehicle Thursday afternoon at the Silver Lake Mobile Home Park on Pine Forest Road, but Escambia County EMS reported only one person was taken to the hospital.

The incident happened shortly after 2 p.m.  Escambia County Fire Rescue and EMS responded with one victim transport to West Florida Hospital. At least two vehicles were reported to have collided during a possible disturbance at the trailer park.

The incident remains under investigation by the Florida Highway Patrol and the Escambia County Sheriff’s Office. Further details have not yet been released.


One Response to “Trailer Park Disturbance Under Investigation”

  1. Northof9mi on September 16th, 2016 5:48 pm

    Just another day in the trailer triangle of events. Early on in life I lived in a “trailer park”
    and folks were about their business as workers, employees, standup people. Now, the term refers to a filter for society by description as “trash.” It’s a shame that what was, is no more and never will be again.
    No, I’m not praying for this, bunch of ne’er da wells either! Let the SO sort out the problems!

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