Law enforcement/EMS hard at work with three crashes around the county.

JACKSON, WY — Teton County law enforcement and emergency responders have had a busy evening dealing with crashes around the county.

First, the Jackson Police Department responded to a motorcycle-vehicle collision on high school road late this afternoon. The Teton County Sheriff’s Department then responded to a single-car rollover on Granite Creek. Sgt. Ben Adams said one passenger was injured, but not seriously.

The Sheriff’s Department also responded to a rollover on Fish Creek Road in Wilson. The driver tried to flee the scene, so Adams said officers are investigating whether alcohol or substances were involved. The driver is being treated for hand injuries.

Summer is in full swing and the roads are busy. Best to take extra safety precautions and have patience on the roads.

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