Gasper, Preble, Accident Injures 22-Year-Old Man

City: Gasper, Ohio
County: Preble, Ohio
Date of Accident: July 23, 2013
Type of Accident: Motor Vehicle Accident – 2009 Toyota Yaris / 2004 Buick Lesaber

A 22-year-old man of Camden, Ohio was treated at the scene of an accident for injuries he received when his 2009 Toyota Yaris compact car allegedly rear ended a 2004 Buick Lesabre midsize car. Reports from the OSHP are that the Toyota was being driven by the young man, while a 58 year old man, Herbert H. Anderson was driving the Buick car north on Federal Highway 127. Traffic had halted because of a tree that had fallen on the roadway after a violent storm. The driver of the Toyota allegedly struck the Buick in the rear. Three occupants of the Buick, Nancy L. Anderson 69, Evan A. McAllister 5 and Ethan J. McAllister 4, were not injured. The young man was charged.

Those, which were rear end crashes, were 22,090 of a total of 81,145, which resulted in injuries. In 2011, Gasper, Preble, Ohio, whose population was 3,229, suffered a total of 18 injury crashes, which resulted in 27 persons sustaining injuries. In the category of probable causes of crashes by contributing circumstances, there were 18,889 injury crashes that were caused because of drivers who failed to keep an assured clear distance ahead/ACDA. Accidents that occurred in the rain and resulted in injuries were 10,944 in 2011.

If you’ve been injured in a Twin, Gasper or Harrison, Ohio, area accident, please call the Preble County, Ohio, car accident attorneys at Chester Law Group at 800-218-4243.