Cops Solved Motorcycle Crash in Shelby, Ohio; 55 Y-O Woman Injured

City: Perry, Ohio
County: Shelby, Ohio
Date of Accident: September 13, 2013
Type of Accident: Motor Cycle Accident – 2008 Harley Davidson

A 55 year old woman who was allegedly driving while under suspension was charged after an accident in which she sustained injuries and was treated at the scene. According to police reports, on September 13, 2013 at approximately 1:41 am, the woman was driving a 2008 Harley Davidson motorcycle, south in the 7,000 Block of Pasco Montra Road. The motorcycle allegedly went off the right side of the roadway and the driver lost control. It struck a utility pole and rested on its left side against the utility pole. The rider was not located and was later picked up and transported home.

Motorcycle accidents were 3,430 which resulted in injuries. In 2011, Perry, Shelby, Ohio, had a population of 1,128; there were 3 injury crashes, which resulted in 4 injuries. Vehicles that were involved in accidents, which the drivers failed to control, amounted to 10,478, which caused injuries. In Ohio in 2010, accidents, which occurred and were not a collision of two vehicles in transport amounted to 23,253, which caused injuries. Crashes that occurred when it was dark not lighted were 479 that resulted in injuries. Accidents that caused injuries and involved utility poles were 1,619. Accidents which were solved in 2010 stood at 2,756 of a total of 12,810 which caused injuries.

If you’ve been injured in a Venice, Perry or Salem, Ohio, area accident, please call the Shelby County, Ohio, motorcycle accident lawyers at Chester Law Group at 800-218-4243.