Sunday, December 30, 2007


An early morning crash in Henrietta Township on Saturday sent two people by helicopter to Cleveland, one directly from the scene.

According to reports from the Ohio State Highway Patrol 47 year old Robert Spishak of Collins Ohio was driving his 1989 Chevy Suburban eastbound on Route 113 near Gore Orphanage Road while 71-year-old Alice Ross of Wakeman was driving her 2005 Honda Odyssey westbound. Ross drove left of center and struck Spishak sending his Suburban into the guardrail and detaching the trailer he had hooked to the back of his truck.

Florence Township Firefighters, Central Lorain County Ambulance District Paramedics and LifeCare Ambulance Paramedics arrived on scene and treated three victims. Metro LifeFlight flew Spishak from the scene, LifeCare took Ross to Community Health Partners and Spishak’s wife transported their 15-year-old daughter to MetroHealth for treatment.

Ross was charged for crossing lanes.

To see more photos from the scene: CLICK HERE

Remember if you are driving and see an accident scene ahead, “SLOW DOWN AND MOVE OVER”. Allow Police, Fire, EMS and Tow Services to do their jobs without becoming a victim.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Spishak was flown from the scene, and his 15 year old son was transported to chp by life care where the 2nd metro helicopter was diverted, then he was flown to metro, ross was also transported to chp by life care.

11:56 AM  

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