City: Worthington, Ohio
County: Richland, Ohio
Date of Accident: September 15, 2013
Type of Accident: Motor Vehicle Accident – 1994 Chevrolet S10
Reports from the Ohio State Highway Patrol alleged that a driver who was driving left of the center of the roadway was the cause of a crash that occurred on Black Run Road in Huntington, Ross, Ohio, and resulted in injuries for two people. The reports further stated that on September 10, 2013 at approximately 9:25 am, a 16-year-old girl was driving a 2006 Hyundai Sonata compact car, south on Black Run Road, while a 39 year old woman was driving a 2004 Kia Optima compact car north on the same road. Both vehicles went left of the center of the roadway and allegedly struck each other head on, then went off the roadway and into a ditch. The girl was charged and both of the injured were transported by Paxton Township EMS to Adena Medical Center. Two occupants of the Kia, Natalie D. Tench, a baby, and Christian C. Grubb were not injured.
Accidents in which vehicles struck ditches amounted to 2,164, which caused injuries in 2011. Huntington, Ross, Ohio whose population in 2011 was 6,018 suffered 50 injury crashes, which resulted in 70 persons being injured. The injury crashes which occurred in 2010 and involved drivers crossing median or centerline amounted to 750. Drivers drove left of the center of the road in 2010 in 1,541 injury crashes. Head-on collisions which occurred in Ohio in 2010 amounted to 3,096 that resulted in injuries.
If you’ve been injured in a Huntington, Twin or Union, Ohio, area accident, please call the Ross County, Ohio, car accident attorneys at Chester Law at 800-218-4243.