Three injured in I-275 Ohio automobile accident
Legal news for Ohio automobile accident attorneys. Three car crash injured three on Interstate 275.
Hamilton County Sheriff alerts Ohio automobile accident lawyers-A crash involving a semi-truck and two cars injured three.
Cincinnati, OH—A three-vehicle crash on Interstate 275 left three people injured, and shut down the highway for two hours while crews cleaned up the scene of the crash. The three-car pile-up happened Friday morning, September 18, 2009 at the Kilby Road exit, as reported by Cincinnati.com.
Officials with the Hamilton County Sheriff’s Office stated, a 1998 Honda Accord rear-ended a 1997 Nissan Altima, and the impact then pushed the Nissan into a stopped semi-truck. The driver of the Honda, Lauren M. Rinderle, 20, of Mason, and the driver of the Nissan, Ralph Frye, 64, of Dayton, were both injured in the crash. Both drivers were transported by area emergency medical services (EMS) crews to University Hospital for treatment of their injuries sustained in the crash. Nancy Mueller, 58, of Fairborn, who was a passenger in the Nissan, was also injured and was transported by EMS crews to Dearborn County Hospital for treatment of her injuries. The driver of the tractor-trailer was reportedly uninjured in the wreck. Police officials cited Rinderle for failure to maintain an assured clear distance in connection with the crash. Hamilton County police officials are conducting a full investigation into the three-car crash, which left three people injured.
Legal News Reporter: Nicole Howley-Legal news for Ohio automobile accident lawyers.