Dakota B. Wykstra, 17, of West Mansfield, was transported by private vehicle to Nationwide Children’s Hospital in Columbus for treatment of suspected minor injuries sustained in a crash Tuesday morning.
Deputies of the Logan County Sheriff’s Office report Dakota was operating an eastbound jeep on State Route 47 near County Road 12 about 7:45 a.m. An eastbound car in front of him operated by Donna H. Brunner, 58, of West Mansfield, reportedly slowed and stopped in the road to allow a deer to cross the road. The jeep then struck the rear of the car.
Brunner did not report any injuries. She was wearing her seat belt, and the crash report indicates Dakota was not wearing his seat belt.
Damage was heavy to the jeep and moderate to the car. Dakota was cited for failure to maintain assured clear distance ahead.
• Kaylee Thompson, 25, of Huntsville, was transported by BMRT EMS to Mary Rutan Hospital for treatment of suspected minor injuries sustained in a crash Tuesday afternoon.
Deputies report Jeffrey S. Flannery, 60, of Belle Center, was operating a northbound sport utility vehicle on State Route 368 near Moundwood Resort Estates about 3:05 p.m. and attempted to make a left turn onto Park Drive. His vehicle was struck by a southbound car operated by Thompson.
Flannery was checked on the scene by Huntsville EMS, but was not transported. He was cited for failure to yield when turning left.
Both vehicles sustained heavy damage and were towed from the scene.
• Isaac K. Williams, 19, of Lakeview, was cited for failure to control related to a non-injury crash early Wednesday morning involving his vehicle striking a porch and a mailbox at 7873 State Route 117.
Deputies report he was operating a southbound car about 12:35 a.m. when he went off the right side of the road and struck the mailbox and porch of the residence. Damage was heavy to the car, which was towed from the scene.
The driver was wearing his seat belt.
Suspected overdose victim revived
Deputies and Indian Lake EMS responded about 1:05 a.m. Wednesday to 11106 Cherokee Drive, Lakeview, on a report of a man at the residence who was not breathing.
An individual at the home reportedly performed CPR on Jayden L. Nicely, 21, of Covington, and others called 911 after residents observed that he was not breathing and was starting to turn blue. Nicely was transported by Indian Lake EMS to Mary Rutan Hospital.
At the hospital, Nicely told deputies he had snort two percocet pills. He was issued a Second Chance Treatment form by deputies.