Five people are taken to Good Samaritan Hospital after a two car crash, just outside of Roseville.
Ohio State Highway Patrol Trooper Trenas Weaver says the white car was traveling on Heckel Road, when the driver, 18-year-old Ryan Wingrove, failed to yield at a stop sign. That car went through the intersection and was struck by the driver in the green car, 24-year-old Jamie Gilvin, who was traveling south on State Route 93.
All five individuals were taken to the hospital with non-...
An accident late Thursday afternoon sent one car off the road and the driver to the hospital.
It happened around 4:30 Thursday.Sergeant Chris Phipps with the Zanesville Police Department says the white cavalier failed to yield at the stop sign at Military and North Pointe and pulled out into traffic and hit the silver corolla. The impact sent the silver corolla off the road and into a field. Sergeant Phipps says the driver of the white cavalier will be cited for failure...
An accident in Newton Township sent six children to the hospital Thursday afternoon.
The two car accident happened at U.S. 22 and State Route 93.
"We got there and there was two cars involved, we had help from the South Zanesville Fire Department, Falls Township and Community Ambulance and six people were transported to the hospital," says Josh Bryan with the Newton Township Fire Department.
Bryan says none of the injuries appear to be serious...
Three people are sent to the hospital after a head-on collision on I-70.
According to Zanesville State Highway Patrol Post Commander Steven Rine, a silver G6 was headed west-bound on the interstate, when the driver lost control, bumped another car and crossed into the median. The car then crossed into the oncoming traffic of the east-bound lane and hit a green Buick head-on.
Commander Rine said the drivers of the silver and green cars and a passenger also from the green car were...
The Zanesville Highway Patrol now says both lanes of I-70 Eastbound near Gratiot have re-opened after an accident. It happened around 1:00 pm and involved several vehicles. Med-Flight was called to the scene, but cannot respond due to the weather. Initial reports indicate there are serious injuries as a result of the accident. No other details have been released.
Nationwide Children's Hospital in Columbus says a four-year-old boy is in poor condition after an accident Wednesday night.
Lancaster Police Lieutenant Scott Cox says Drayden Saylor went on to the street and entered the path of a van that was traveling in the 400 block of West Wheeling Street. It was driven by 65-year-old Herbert Smith.
Drayden was initially transported to Fairfield Medical Center and then taken by Medflight to Nationwide Children's Hospital.