Car Overturns and Injures 17 Y-O Youth in Ross, Ohio

City: Huntington, Ohio
County: Ross, Ohio
Date of Accident: October 8, 2013
Type of Accident: Motor Vehicle Accident – 1995 Chevrolet Cavalier

Reports from the Ohio State Highway Patrol alleged that a deer that crossed the roadway from the woods was the cause of a crash that resulted in injuries for the driver of a 1995 Chevy Cavalier compact car. The reports further stated that on October 8, 2013 at approximately 11:56 am the youth, 17 year old Thomas A. Reinsmith of Chillicothe, Ohio, was driving his Chevy, north on State Route 772 in Huntington, Ohio, when the accident occurred. He allegedly swerved to the left, went off the side of the road and down an embankment. The vehicle rolled and rested in a ditch. Huntington Township EMS transported him to Adena Medical. Mount Logan towed the car.

Accidents in which vehicles struck ditches amounted to 2,164, which caused injuries in 2011. Huntington, Ross, Ohio whose population in 2012 was 6,018 suffered 45 injury crashes, which resulted in 63 people being injured. Those accidents, which were because of improper lane changes, were 3,823, which caused injuries. Accidents in which the vehicles overturned/rolled over and caused injuries, amounted to 27 in the category of first harmful event in unit of error. In Ohio in 2010 accidents that occurred on the roadside amounted to 27,047, of which 8,918 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.