Zanesville Police say one man is dead after a single car accident on the Y-Bridge. It happened around 1:30 Thursday morning. Police say witnesses saw 28-year-old Ryan Scott MCcuen of Zanesville heading south on Linden Avenue at a high rate of speed when he drove onto the bridge, struck a wall and burst into flames. Nearby Zanesville Police Officers witnessed the explosion and responded to the bridge. Captain Mike Baker says Patrolman Mark Stoffer ran up to the burning car, only to be...
The Lancaster Post of the State Highway Patrol is investigating a fatal crash that happened in Fairfield County.
Authorities say around 6:13 a.m. Friday, 20-year-old Joshua Owen of Lancaster was driving west on Lithopolis Road when he drove off the left side of the roadway and struck a mailbox, utility pole and a tree.
The Ohio Department Of Transportation says I-70 Westbound and Eastbound are now open after an early morning fatal accident. It happened on I-70 Westbound near State Route 13. Both sides of the Interstate were shut down for a five of hours this morning while the accident scene was investigated. No other details have been released.
Heath Police investigate a fatal accident involving a Zanesville man.
Chief Tony Shepherd said just after 4 Tuesday morning officers responding to a vehicle off the roadway at Irving Wick Drive East found the body of 59-year-old Ronald Robinson in the car.
Chief Shepherd says that firefighters and police at the scene believe Robinson may have died of a medical condition, prior to the crash, but won't know anything until an autopsy is performed by the Licking County Coroner.
The Zanesville Highway Patrol has released more details from a fatal accident that claimed the life of a 13-year-old girl near Frazeysburg. Troopers say the victim is now identified as Alison Clark of Dresden. She was a passenger in a car driven by 37-year-old Amy Caplinger, also of Dresden. The highway patrol says Caplinger was driving east on Raiders Road, when another car, driven by 20-year-old Zakery McCloud of Dresden was traveling west on Raiders Road, tried to pass a third vehicle,...
It was a deadly start to the day in Perry County Thursday morning.
The Lancaster Post of the Highway Patrol says two people were killed in a head-on collision on State Route 13 just north of Somerset at 8:15 am. Troopers identify the fatally injured victims as 24-year-old Franklin Merckle and 25-year-old Jeremy Penrod, both of New Lexington.
Lt. Gary Lewis says a black SUV driven by Merckle was traveling south on State Route 13 near Stone Quarry Road went...