Improper Turn in Huron, Ohio, Causes 2 Injuries in a Crash

City: Greenwich, Ohio
County: Huron, Ohio
Date of Accident: May 21, 2013
Type of Accident: Motor Vehicle Accident – 2008 GMC Sierra / 1998 Chevrolet Silverado

Firelands EMS transported two men to Fisher Titus Hospital, one-aged 28 and the other, 26-year-old Steven Boland, both of New London, Ohio. This, following an accident that occurred on Federal Highway 250 in Greenwich, Huron, Ohio, on May 21, 2013 at approximately 3:53 pm. Based on reports from the ODPS, a 2005 GMC Sierra truck was being driven by a 68 year old man, behind a 1998 Chevy Silverado pickup that was being driven by the 28 Y-O man south on Federal Highway 250. The driver of the Chevy made a left turn onto Township Road 1601, when the truck passed on the left side in the intersection. The driver of the truck allegedly struck the Chevy. Boland was an occupant of the Chevy. Other occupants who were not hurt were Teri L. Tanner 28 and Andrew C. Tanner 3. Bauer towed the vehicles.

Those accidents, which occurred in Greenwich, Huron, in Ohio, were 0 injury crashes, which resulted in 1 injury. Greenwich had a population of 1,012 in 2011. Accidents, which involved pickup trucks in 2010, were 14,862, which caused injuries. Accidents that were caused by improper lane change in 2011 were 3,930 of 18,992, while those that involved pickup trucks were a total of 59,405. Accidents which involved single unit trucks with 3+ axles or more and resulted in injuries amounted to 398 in 2010 in Ohio.

If you’ve been injured in a Ripley, Lyme, or Greenwich, Ohio, areas accident, please call the Huron County, Ohio, truck accident attorneys at Chester Law Group at 800-218-4243.