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3 teens transported after rollover crash

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Krista R. Taylor, 19; Kyle Taylor, 16; and Shania Taylor, 15, all of Bellefontaine, each were transported by squad to Mary Rutan Hospital for non-incapacitating injuries sustained in a one-vehicle crash about noon Wednesday.

Deputies of the Logan County Sheriff’s Office report Krista Taylor was operating a northbound car in the 800 block of Township Road 135 when she went up a hill and then slid off the left side of the road, striking a ditch and a tree. The vehicle overturned and came to a rest on its wheels.

Kyle and Shania each were passengers in the vehicle, and a 1-year-old passenger and 3-year-old passenger in the vehicle were not transported.

Damage to the car was disabling. Tri-Valley Fire and EMS, Robinaugh EMS and Bellefontaine Fire and EMS each responded to the scene.

Krista was cited for failure to control.

• Katie M. Hale, 28, of Bellefontaine, was cited for failure to yield from a private drive, no operator’s license and fictitious registration following a non-injury crash about 7:40 p.m. Wednesday.

Deputies report she made a left turn onto Township Road 56 from a private drive and was struck by a northbound car operated by Kyle Seeger, 21, of Bellefontaine. Mr. Seeger then drove off the left side of the road and into a ditch.

Ms. Hale explained to deputies that she did not have a driver’s license and that the license plates on her car belonged to a friend’s vehicle.

Damage was disabling to the Seeger vehicle and light to the Hale car.

• No injuries were reported in a crash about 7:40 a.m. Thursday on State Route 47 involving a trash truck and a sport utility vehicle.

Timothy W. Caudill, 45, of Dublin, was operating a westbound SUV just west of Township Road 21 when he went left of center and stuck an eastbound trash truck operated by James R. Shreve, 39, of Piqua. The trash truck then drove off the left side of the road.

Mr. Caudill was cited for driving left of center. Both drivers were wearing their seat belts.

 

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