Speeding on Wet Road Causes Crash, 52 Y-O Woman Injured in Erie

City: Oxford, Ohio
County: Erie, Ohio
Date of Accident: July 10, 2013
Type of Accident: Motor Vehicle Accident – 2004 Pontiac Grand Am

Speeding on a wet road was allegedly the cause of a crash that occurred in Oxford, Erie, Ohio on July, 10, 2013 at approximately 8:40 am. A 52-year-old woman was injured and treated at the scene as a result. She was later charged with operating her vehicle without reasonable control. Police reports are that the woman was driving a 2004 Pontiac Grand Am midsize car, east in the center lane on the Ohio Turnpike. The woman allegedly failed to maintain control of her vehicle and it ran off the road to the right, where the car struck a guardrail face. Interstate towed the car.

Oxford, Erie, Ohio had a population of 1,096 in 2011, they had 24 injury crashes that resulted in 29 injuries. Those accidents, which occurred when the time was wet, amounted to 13,826 injury crashes. The total accidents, which occurred in the rain, were 25,342 with 6,618, which caused injuries. Crashes that were caused by drivers traveling at unsafe speed in 2011 were 4, 778 that caused injuries. Those accidents, which involved guardrail faces and resulted in injuries, were 1,102. In Ohio in 2010, accidents, which occurred on shoulder, amounted to 9,141, of which 2,371 resulted in injuries.

If you’ve been injured in a Huron, Berlin, or Sandusky, Ohio, area accident, please call the Erie County, Ohio, car accident lawyers at Chester Law Group at 800-218-4242.