• June 05, 2017

Johnathan Phillipp Injured in Fountain, FL, Trailer Accident

Fountain, FL -- June 3, 2017, Johnathan Phillipp was injured and his father, Clyde Phillipp, was charged in relation to an accident involving a truck and a trailer.

Fountain authorities responded to the accident scene at around 9:20 p.m. outside a residence along Forest Glen Drive.

Preliminary investigations indicate that 49-year-old Clyde Phillipp was in a semi-tractor attempting to back up and connect to a flatbed trailer. His son, 8-year-old Johnathan Phillipp was next to the trailer at the time. Somehow, the boy became caught between the truck and the trailer and was pinned.

Emergency services rushed to the scene, and they were able to transport the boy to Bay Medical Sacred Heart with critical injuries.

Police determined that Clyde Phillipp was intoxicated at the time of the accident, and he was charged with driving under the influence.

Additional details surrounding the incident are unavailable.

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