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INJURY ACCIDENTS OVER MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR. HOLIDAY

 

There were plenty of accidents and complaints over the long Martin Luther King Jr. holiday weekend across northwest Ohio.

The Henry County Sheriff’s office investigated several injury accidents, all reported on Sunday, when high winds caused drifting conditions across roadways.  Sunday at 12:36pm, 30 year old Angela Carroll of Napoleon lost control of her vehicle on state route 110 in Harrison Township, rolling it onto its top in a ditch.  Carroll was transported to the Henry County Hospital by Liberty Rescue; and was cited for a seat belt violation.

                        At 1:50pm Sunday, 49 year old Derrick Rodriguez of Deshler slid off state route 18, near road 6, striking a tree.  Rodriguez was cited for Drving under Suspension.

Sunday evening at 6:41pm, 59 year old Patricia Ellerbrock of Napoleon lost control of her auto, when it spun into the ditch on state route 108 near road Y.  Ellerbrock was transported to the Henry County Hospital with injuries; along with two passengers:  27 year old Angela Ellerbrock , and 27 year old Adam Ellerbrock, both of Holgate.  Hamler and Holgate rescue squads were at the scene.

Monday morning around 5am, a vehicle driven by 21 year old Katelyn Devore of Van Buren slid off  road L and into the ditch.  Devore was injured and transported to the Henry County Hospital, along with a passenger, 30 year old Ricardo Olvera of Defiance.

 

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