Car Strikes Embankment, Tree, Injures 18 Y-O woman in Tuscarawas

City: Goshen, Ohio
County: Tuscarawas, Ohio
Date of Accident: September 11, 2013
Type of Accident: Motor Vehicle Accident – 2000 Mercury Saab

Smith Ambulance transported an 18-year-old woman of Philadelphia, Ohio, to Union Hospital, following an accident that occurred in Goshen, Tuscarawas, Ohio, on September 11, 2013 at approximately 9:30 am. According to reports from the OSHP, a 2000 Mercury Saab full size car was being driven by the woman, west on State Route 39. She allegedly attempted to pass a vehicle on a double yellow line. The car swerved back into the right lane in an attempt avoid oncoming traffic and ran off the right side of the roadway where it struck an embankment and a tree. The young woman was charged and Rosenberry towed the car.

Those accidents, which were because of improper lane changes, were 3,823, which caused injuries. In Goshen, Tuscarawas, Ohio, whose population was 5,285 in 2011, there were 63 injury crashes, which resulted in 86 injuries. Accidents that were not a collision of two vehicles in transport were 22,448 in 2011. There were approximately 893 accidents that occurred in Ohio in 2011 and involved an embankment. Trees that were involved in injury crashes amounted to 2,731 in 2011. Those which involved full sized vehicles were 13,554 that resulted in injuries.

If you’ve been injured in Dover, Goshen, or Wayne, Ohio, accident, please call the Tuscarawas County, Ohio, car accident attorneys at Chester Law Group at 800-218-4242.