A South Carolina man was taken to a Columbus hospital on Friday after a three-vehicle collision at US 62 in Licking County.
According to Lieutenant Chad Carson of the Licking County Sheriff’s Office, their agency was called in for a crash at the intersection of US 62 and Ohio 657 around 3:57 pm on Friday.
According to Carson, Michael Brown, 65, from North Charleston, South Carolina, was driving a four-door sedan heading south on Ohio 657 and didn’t give in to the stop sign. Brewster’s Ryan Nickles, 44, was driving a ton of Dodge and pulling a gooseneck trailer eastward on US 62, but when he turned left on the right side of the road and the vehicle returned to the road. He said he overturned and blocked the United States 62.
According to Carson, Brown’s vehicle collided with a pickup truck driven by Jonathan McCourt, 20, of Pataskala, who was driving west on US Route 62.
According to his adjutant, Brown was sent to the Grant Medical Center, where he was treated and released. Brown car passengers were treated for minor injuries on-site. No other injuries have been reported in the crash.
According to Carson, US 62 was closed until around 8:30 pm on Friday as the crew cleaned up the scene. He added that dangerous goods in Licking County were called to the scene because the fallen vehicle was leaking chemicals.
In addition to LCSO and Licking County Dangerous Goods, Homer and Utica Fire Department units responded to the scene.
One was taken to Columbus Hospital after the US 62 crash
Source link One was taken to Columbus Hospital after the US 62 crash