A female driver was airlifted Friday morning after an accident in Aberdeen.
Aberdeen Fire and Rescue responded to the crash just before 8 a.m. This was their second wreck in two and a half hours.
The crash occurred on Keyser Street at Benjamin Street. According to officials, a Chevrolet SUV rear-ended a GMC SUV. The two female drivers were the only occupants of the vehicle.
The driver of the Chevrolet was taken to Aberdeen Fire and Rescue Station 42 on Highway 211, where she was flown out to an area trauma center.
The driver of the GMC was taken to Moore Regional Hospital by EMS with minor injuries.
Aberdeen Police Department is investigating the cause of the collision.
Four wrecks were paged out in three hours in Moore County Friday morning.
Feature photo: A Chevrolet SUV sustains heavy front-end damage in a two-vehicle crash on Sept. 22.
~Article and photo by Sandhills Sentinel reporter Curtis Self.