Norwalk crash flips truck

(UPDATED AT 5:12 P.M.) Norwalk firefighters and troopers from the Ohio State Highway Patrol are working to clean up the intersection of Ohio 61 and 601 after a two-car collision.
Sandusky Register Staff
Feb 8, 2011

(UPDATED AT 5:12 P.M.) Norwalk firefighters and troopers from the Ohio State Highway Patrol are working to clean up the intersection of Ohio 61 and 601 after a two-car collision.

A station wagon and Ford Ranger collided just before noon Tuesday. The impact flipped the Ranger onto its side.

A dispatcher for the state patrol said there were no injuries, but the agency won't release anymore details until the trooper finishes his crash report on Wednesday, she said.

Comments

BlueAngel

I go thru that inersection just about everyday and NO ONE slows down, not even going thru a green light! Just because it is green on one side does not mean you can go thru it at a high rate of speed. I don't know how many time I would have been hit had I not slowed down and just looked. I was at the intersection 2 weekd ago when they were hauling those big cememt things to the RT. 250 bridge construction and 4 big trucks flew thru, not one of them slowed down and the fourth one went right thru the lighs when it was RED cause he was going too fast,...It does pay to slow down and look even if you are in a green light!