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.
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.
A woman is taken to the hospital Saturday evening after being hit by a car in Perry County.
Sgt. Klein with the New Lexington Police Department says the woman was struck in the leg by a car outside of C Kay's Bar and Grill on Mill Street around 2:30 a.m. Sunday morning. The woman was then transported to the hospital. Sgt. Klein says the investigation is underway and charges are pending.
A train struck a car just after 5:00 p.m. at Terry's Tavern in Zanesville.
Sgt. Chris Phipps with the Zanesville Police Department says a train clipped a parked Jeep Cherokee which pushed the Cherokee into a Honda.
"People park here all the time and he (train engineer) probably just came through, of course, even if he did see it, these things (trains) don't stop on a dime. You can't really stop very quickly," says Sgt. Phipps.