Mail Carrier injured in rollover accident

A U.S. Postal Service carrier was taken to the Hutchinson Regional Medical Center Saturday afternoon after his car went over the rail of a small bridge, hit an embankment and flipped onto its roof near 56th and Bone Springs roads, the Reno County Sheriff’s Office stated.

Terry Talbot, 64, was the driver of the car. His condition was not released.

A dispatcher said Talbot crawled out from under the car with blood on his hands, although he didn’t know where it came from. According to a press release, the wreck occurred west of the intersection while Talbot traveled that direction on 56th Avenue.

Rollover injury accident, 56th ad Bone Springs

On 02/03/2018 Deputies responded to a single vehicle injury accident near the intersection of 56th Avenue and Bone Springs. The driver Terry Talbot 64yo male had lost control of his vehicle west of the intersection. The car struck a low bridge crossing a creek. The vehicle then launched over the railing before striking the embankment and flipping over onto its roof. Terry suffered injuries that required him to be transported to the Hutchinson Regional Medical Center for further treatment.

Terry at the time of the accident was driving for the United States Postal Service. The mail in the vehicle was gathered and then delivered by another employee.

At this time there is nothing further to report.
Wesley Vaughn
Reno County Sheriff Office
620 694-2735