Perkins officer injured in crash

Cruiser strikes car that failed to yield on Strub Road
Sandusky Register Staff
Jun 10, 2013

Perkins police Officer Aaron Bramel was injured in a two-vehicle crash Monday afternoon on Strub Road.

Bramel was driving a Perkins police cruiser east on Strub Road when a car pulled out in front of him near Gordon Food Service at about 1 p.m. Bramel's cruiser T-boned the car. He was taken by ambulance to Firelands Regional Medical Center to be treated for injuries that were not life-threatening, according to the Erie County Sheriff's Office. Deputies are handling the crash.

The driver of the other vehicle, a woman whose name is not immediately available, was cited for failure to yield.

 

Comments

Molon Labe

Oh wow. Get Well soon Officer Bramel

reporter54

I've nearly missed people that pulled out in front of me. What's the hurry?

Gardenman

Glad the officer or the lady who pulled out in front of him was not injured. I was on Route 250 early evening on Saturday and that whole areas so so congested. Finally turned off on to Hull Road and what a difference between night and day it was so much quieter and less traffic.

Earlier in the day I was on Route 4 coming up from Bucyrus and OH MY were the Attica Police, State Highway Patrol and various county sheriffs having a hayday. Motorcycle after motorcycle were pulled over for speed etc, It was not unfair for several passed us way over the speed limit heading north. One guy passed and 2 miles down the road the OSP had him on the side of the road stopped. We said GREAT the got him !!!

transplant

I am glad that these two people weren't seriously injured. I don't normally gripe but I really need to get this off my chest, especially now that bike week is over. On Sunday, I was getting gas at the Meijer station and witnessed 8 motorcycles and two pickups pulling trailers with motorcycle related signage on them turning left on to 250 where there was clearly a sign saying "right turn only". What gives them the right to disobey that sign? They could have really caused problems. Admittedly, they didn't cause any problems, but the blatant disregard for the law is just wrong. I should say, "where is a police officer when you need one" but they were so busy that this seems insignificant. Ok, thanks for letting me rant.

LisaLeibacher

Oh my goodness. I just met with him this morning. Such a kind and compassionate person. Hope everything is ok.

dire wolf

get well soon officer