Update: Woman seriously injured in U.S. 6 crash

Victim transported to St. Vincent
Sandusky Register Staff
Jul 11, 2014

 

The Ohio State Highway Patrol is investigating a three-car injury crash on U.S. 6 near milepost 4 in Madison Township, Sandusky County.

The accident occurred at 6:18 p.m. Thursday.

Tereasa M. Miller, 52, of Defiance, sustained life-threatening injuries and was taken to Saint Vincent’s Hospital by Gibsonburg EMS.

Miller, who was eastbound in a 2011 Chevy Aveo, attempted to pass a 2002 Freightliner semi-truck, the Patrol said, causing a westbound 2013 Mack truck to swerve and resulting in Miller's compact car colliding with both other vehicles.  

The semi-truck drivers were not injured. 

The crash remains under investigation and alcohol does not appear to be a factor.

The accident caused U.S. 6 to be closed for about six hours before all the vehicles and debris were able to be removed from the roadway. Sandusky County ODOT set up detours to re-route traffic.

Original post, July 10, 2014, 9:27 p.m. 

U.S. 6 remains closed in Sandusky County between County Road 42 and County Road 32 following a three-vehicle collision early Thursday evening.

One woman was injured in the crash, in which one commercial semi rolled onto a passenger vehicle around 6:20 p.m. 

A second semi was involved in the crash, but details on its role were not available Thursday evening from the Ohio State Highway Patrol's Sandusky Post. 

The woman, believed to be the driver of the passenger vehicle, was transported to St. Vincent Mercy Medical Center for treatment. Her injuries are not believed to be life threatening.