A Virginia woman was airlifted to the hospital with a serious brain injury after crashing her car near Cana on Saturday afternoon, May 1.

According to Virginia Police, 59-year-old Benice Juanita Combs of Mount Airy, Virginia, was traveling along Flower Gap Road toward Old Pipers Gap Road when she tried to avoid a dog in the road. Her vehicle flipped and landed in a yard beside the road – emergency rescue responders had to cut the top off of the car in order to extract the VA car accident victim. Combs was airlifted to a Triad hospital Lifeguard chopper and then transferred to Wake Forest University Baptist Medical Center for treatment for her head injury. Her current condition is not known.

The one-vehicle Virginia car accident did not involve speeding or reckless driving and there will not be any charges or citation in connection to the crash.