Deer Crash Injures 19 Y-O Woman in Scioto, OH

City: Rush Township, Ohio
County: Scioto, Ohio
Date of Accident: January 18, 2014
Type of Accident: Motor Vehicle Accident – 1994 Oldsmobile

A 19 year old woman, Taylor Danyel Hamilton of Lucasville, Ohio, sustained injuries following a crash that occurred in Rush Township, Scioto, Ohio, on January 18, 2014 at approximately 9:57 am. Police reports are that the woman was driving a 1994 Oldsmobile midsize car, north on State Route 104, when a deer allegedly entered the roadway from the right. The deer struck the car into the right side. The car crossed the centerline and traveled off the left side of the roadway where it struck an embankment. It rotated, struck the embankment again and reentered the road then rested. Scioto Squad 2 transported the woman to SOMC. Central towed the car.

There were approximately 893 accidents that occurred in Ohio in 2011 and involved an embankment. Rush Township, Scioto, Ohio, had a population of 3,144 in 2012 and had a total of 22 injury crashes which resulted in 28 injuries. Accidents which involved animals in Ohio in 2010 amounted to 1,156, with 794 which involved a deer, all these resulted in injuries. Accidents that occurred and resulted in injuries when it was cloudy amounted to 19,791.

If you’ve been injured in Rush Township, Valley or Porter, Ohio, areas, accident, please call the Scioto County, Ohio, car accident lawyers at Chester Law Group at 800-218-4243.