On June 18th, two drivers experienced minor injuries after a stunningly dramatic head-on collision. Right in the heart of Ashland County on Ohio highway 545, a driver of a hit a Ford E350. Both drivers are reported to be in stable condition, and there aren't severe injuries, which is astonishing given the details of the collision. The crash happened slightly South of clear Creek Township road 908, and Ohio State troopers were on the scene quickly.
The driver of the Chevy Cobalt Michael D Lindecamp was ultimately responsible for the crash. While on the Ashland highway, the Chevy driver crossed over the center lane, ultimately hitting the 2016 Ford E350 in a front-end collision. It would seem that the Chevy driver clipped the front of the E350 as the large truck left the right side of the road, then hit a ditch, took down a fence, and eventually came back onto the road. But when the large truck came back onto the roadway, it overturned and flipped onto its side before finally stopping.
The Chevy Cobalt also left the roadway from the left side of the highway also had a ditch and a fence. But the Chevy came to rest against the fence. Lindecamp is being held responsible for the collision. He was cited at the scene of fir driving left of the center divide between lanes, driving on a suspended license, and for leaving the scene of the crash. Details regarding the driver leaving the scene were not provided. However, from the citations, it would seem that the driver of the Chevy Cobalt fled the scene after the collision and that Ashland County Sheriff's Department had to locate him afterward. Ashley County Sheriff, Ohio State trooper, and Savannah fire and emergency medical response were on the scene, helping the crash resolution. If you're involved in a wreck, contact our Cincinnati car accident attorneys today.