A hit skip accident involving a semi tractor trailer sends two people to the hospital.
It happened Sunday around 4:20 p.m. on Interstate 70 in East Guernsey County.
The Cambridge Post of the State Highway Patrol says the semi tractor trailer was attempting to change from the right to the left lane, when it hit a truck pulling a trailer. The semi moved back into the right lane and continued down the highway as the truck that was hit lost control, went off the road, where it hit a...
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...
A two-vehicle accident sends two people to the hospital.
It happened around 12:45 Monday afternoon.
Trooper Mike Forshey of the Ohio State Highway Patrol says 25-year-old Adrienne Merriam of Adamsville was driving a red Jeep North on Sonora Road over the I-70 overpass when 44-year-old Tammy McDaniel of Cambridge pulled out from a stop sign and struck Merriam.
Forshey says the car spun out after hitting the Jeep.
Two people are sent to the hospital after a two-vehicle accident on interstate 70. It happend around 11:30 Sunday morning at mile marker 132 near the State Route 13 exit.
The accident caused the road to be shut down for several hours. The Ohio State Highway Patrol says 43-year-old David Blair and his wife, Kristi, were traveling down I-70 when their vehicle collided with a Malibu driven by 15-year-old Corey Gibson of Sunbury. The Blair's vehicle rolled and Kristi was...
The Granville Post of the State Highway Patrol says they don't know when an area on ramp will re-open.
The Patrol says around 6:03am they got a call of a semi tanker had overturned on the southbound 79 ramp to Interstate 70 west in Licking County. The ramp will remain closed until the tanker can be moved. A dispatcher at the Granville Post says she's unsure what the tanker was carrying or if it was leaking any fluid.
We'll bring you more information as it becomes available.