3 Teenagers Injured in Lorain, OH, Minivan Crash

City: Lagrange, Ohio
County: Lorain, Ohio
Date of Accident: February 5, 2014
Type of Accident: Motor Vehicle Accident – 2004 Pontiac / 2003 Ford Taurus

Three teenagers sustained injuries in an accident that occurred in Lagrange, Lorain, Ohio, on February 5, 2014 at approximately 1:33 pm. Police reports are that a 2004 Pontiac minivan was headed south on State Route 301. A 2003 Ford mid size car was headed north on the same road. The driver of the car, a 17-year-old youth, allegedly lost control, crossed the centerline and was struck by the minivan. The driver of the minivan, 18-year-old Nicholas Malinovsky of Wellington, Ohio, was treated at the scene and an occupant, 17-year-old Amber R. Gregory, was transported by Lagrange EMS to Elyria Memorial. The driver of the ford was transported by Lagrange EMS to Elyria Medical and charged with operating his vehicle without reasonable control. Jeff’s and Red Carpet towed the vehicles.

The accident involved a minivan, in Ohio in 2010 there were 8,826 accidents which involved minivans, which resulted in injuries. Lagrange, Lorain, Ohio whose population in 2012 was 1,815, suffered a total of 3 injury crashes that resulted in 5 injuries. Crashes that were caused by drivers traveling at unsafe speed in 2011 were 4, 778 that caused injuries, while those which were angle crashes were 21,458 which resulted in injuries in 2010. Accidents that were caused by snow on the road and resulted in injuries were 3,326 in Ohio, in 2012.

If you’ve been injured in an Elyria, Lagrange or Carlisle, Ohio, area accident, please call the Lorain County, Ohio, car accident lawyers at Chester Law at 800-218-4243.