Thursday, November 29, 2007


A two-car crash in Carlisle Township this morning, involving a Lorain County Sheriff’s Deputy, sent one woman to the hospital.

Chief Russ Gardner of the Carlisle Township Fire Department said that the Deputy was traveling westbound on Russia Road through the intersection while the mini van was traveling northbound on West Ridge. The intersection has stop signs for north and southbound traffic only, the east / west traffic does not have to stop.

Chief Gardner said the crash spun the mini van around and sent the Deputies car into a yard. “They were both shook up as you would expect from a crash like this but no serious injuries.” The driver of the van was transported to Allen Medical Center and the Deputy was taken to Elyria Memorial Hospital for further evaluation.

The Ohio State Highway Patrol is investigating the crash.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

I thought the deputy got hurt as well and was transported to the hospital. I saw them put him in an ambulance. I hope that the he is ok and and not hurt bad.

It looked like the other driver didn't even stop before they hit the Sheriff.

Something needs to be done about that intersection. I live near by and there are too many accidents that happen at that crossing because people traveling north and southbound don't pay attention.

A Concerned Neighbor

5:58 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Any more photos?

12:39 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

you gotta kill a few there first before lights would be considered - the treat-and-release stuff just don't make it.

11:31 AM  

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