Tractor-Semi Strikes Ditch in Wyandot, OH, 36 Y-O Man Injured

City: Antrim Twp., Ohio
County: Wyandot, Ohio
Date of Accident: January 23, 2014
Type of Accident: Motor Vehicle Accident – 2006 Freight CCC

An early morning crash caused injuries to a 36 year old man of Backlick, Ohio, in Antrim Township, Wyandot, Ohio, on January 23, 2014 at approximately 00:30 am. According to police reports, the man was driving a 2006 Freight CCC Tractor-semi, south on Federal Highway 23, when it allegedly jack knifed and slid off the right side of the roadway where it struck a ditch. The driver was treated at the scene and charged with operating his vehicle without reasonable control. Danner’s towed the Tractor-semi.

Accidents, which were not hit/skip last year, were 67,178, which caused injuries. Antrim, Wyandot, Ohio whose population in 2012 was 1,275 suffered a total of 5 injury crashes which resulted in 5 people being injured. Accidents that were not a collision of two vehicles in transport were 22,448 in 2011. Injury crashes that occurred when it was dark not lighted were 479. Crashes that were caused by drivers traveling at unsafe speed in 2012 were 4,031 that caused injuries. Those accidents which involved tractor/semi-trailers amounted to 1,875 which resulted in injuries.

If you’ve been injured in an Antrim Twp., Crane or Eden, Ohio, area accident, please call the Wyandot County, Ohio, truck accident lawyers at Chester Law at 800-218-4243.