15 Year Old Youth Injured in Crash at Railroad in Paulding, Ohio

City: Carryall, Ohio
County: Paulding, Ohio
Date of Accident: May 23, 2013
Type of Accident: Motor Vehicle Accident – 2006 GMC Sierra

Samaritan Lifeflight was on the scene of a crash that occurred in Carryall, Paulding, Ohio, to transport a 15-year-old youth to Parkview, after which he was charged with operating his vehicle without reasonable control. At approximately 8:20 am on May 23, 2013, police reported that a 2006 GMC Sierra truck was being driven by the youth, north on County Route 51. He was allegedly speeding and failed to slow down for the railroad tracks. The vehicle jumped the tracks, the driver lost control, and the truck went off the left side of the roadway. J & R towed the truck.

Accidents, which involved full sized vehicles, were 109, which resulted in fatalities. In Carryall, Paulding, Ohio, in 2011, the population was 3,046; there were 16 injury crashes with 18 that resulted in injuries. Accidents that occurred and resulted in injuries when it was cloudy amounted to 19,791. There were 93 crashes, which were attributed to drivers who exceeded the speed limit and resulted in injuries, in Ohio in 2010. Those that involved pickup trucks were a total of 59,405.

If you’ve been injured in Crane, Payne or Carryall, Ohio, areas, please call the Paulding County, Ohio, car accident lawyers at Chester Law Group at 800-218-4243.