Two Seriously Injured In Bratt Wreck

January 10, 2019

Two people were seriously injured in a head-on crash Wednesday night on North Highway 99 in front of Bratt Elementary School.

Both were trapped in their vehicles following the wreck about 7:45 p.m.

The Florida Highway Patrol said 19-year old Justin Elliot of Atmore was traveling north in a 2001 Chevrolet Tahoe when he crossed the center lane into the path of a southbound 2017 Jeep Cherokee driven by 28-year old Patricia Griener of Brewton.

Elliot was airlifted to Baptist Hospital, and Griener was airlifted in a second helicopter to Sacred Heart Hospital.

Elliot was cited by the FHP for failing to maintain a single lane.

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The Walnut Hill and Century Stations of Escambia Fire Rescue, Atmore Fire Department, Escambia County EMS and MedStar EMS also responded.

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3 Responses to “Two Seriously Injured In Bratt Wreck”

  1. Amanda on January 10th, 2019 9:55 am

    We are looking for the lady who sat and prayed with Tricia and kept her calm before help got there. We got to hug your neck and thank you in person briefly, but Tricia as well as myself want to connect with you soon. We were told you would be at Coopers this morning at 6 AM, but I wasn’t able to make it there before work. Please contact me at 850-418-9240. You are such a true angel!

    Thank you to everyone who was on scene that helped my friend as well as the other driver, I was overwhelmed to see how many people pulled together, and I am so proud to be a part of such a caring and loving community!! So relieved that they are both going to be okay.

  2. Timothy R on January 10th, 2019 3:20 am

    I Just Want To Thank Chelsea And Deon Benson For Being The First Two People On The Scene And Making Sure 911 Was Called And The Families Of The Two Drivers Involved In The Wreck Was Called Their Kidness And Support Is Greatly Appreciated They Also Helped Both Drivers Remain Calm While Waiting For The First Responders To Arrive They Both Are Truely Hero’s And Without The Help Of Them Neither One Of The Drivers That Was Trapped In There Vehicles Would Have Stayed So Strong During The Wait For The First Responders To Arrive

  3. Angi B on January 10th, 2019 1:46 am

    Prayers for all involved.





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