Two residents from Elida and one from Lima were involved and three people injured in a two-car crash that occurred at the intersection of U.S. 30 and Thayer Road, close to Lima.
Lima post of the Ohio State Highway Patrol informs that the accident occurred in the afternoon, about 3 p.m.
Seventy-five-year-old Richard Edwards, of Millersburg, was driving a 2006 Chevrolet Silverado. He was moving southward on Thayer Road but did not manage to keep in the right lane and crashed into another vehicle.
The other car was driven by twenty-four-year-old Kamie Joseph, of Elida, who was moving westward on U.S. 30. Edwards’s car collided Joseph’s and finally stopped in the roadway. Joseph’s vehicle after it was crushed spun several times and finally stopped in the median.
Kamie Joseph was transporting another passenger, her daughter, and both suffered minor injuries; they were transported to a Lima hospital by Beaverdam Richland EMS.
Joseph, too, had another passenger in his vehicle, fifty-six-year-old Mary Pulford; she also had minor injuries and was transported by Bath Township EMS in the nearest hospital.
Edwards survived the collision without any injuries.
Both drivers and one of the passengers wore seat belts during the car collision, except for Edward’s passenger, who was sitting in the rear seat.
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