City: Reading, Ohio
County: Ottawa, Ohio
Date of Accident: December 17, 2013
Type of Accident: Motor Vehicle Accident – 2002 Ford Focus
A driver’s failure to maintain an assured clear distance from another vehicle was allegedly the cause of a crash that occurred in Reading, Ottawa, Ohio, at approximately 8:15 pm on December 17, 2013 and resulted in injuries for a 19 year old woman. She was driving a 2002 Ford Focus compact car, west on State Route 2 and braked as she approached another vehicle, according to reports from the OSHP. The woman allegedly lost control, drove off the right side of the roadway where the car struck a guardrail and rested in the roadway. She was treated at the scene and Central Auto towed the car.
Those accidents that involved guardrail faces were 1,207 which resulted in injuries, in the category of first harmful event in unit of error. Ottawa, Ohio, had a population of 40,985 in 2012. They had a total of 158 injury crashes of which 250 resulted in injuries. Accidents in which drivers failed to maintain an assured clear distance ahead were 18,889 in 2011. Rear end crashes in 2011 were 22,056 that resulted in injuries. Mid-size vehicles that were involved in accidents in 2010 were 42,206 of a total of 161,361 which caused injuries.
If you sustained injuries in Allen, Erie, or Reading, Ohio, please call the Ottawa County, Ohio, car accident lawyers at Chester Law Group at 800-218-4243.