Snowplow runs stop sign, strikes car

A Perkins Township snowplow driver allegedly caused a crash early Sunday morning at Columbus and Bell avenues.
Sandusky Register Staff
Feb 11, 2014

 

Gary Windau, 54, of Maple Avenue in Castalia, was cited with failure to yield from a stop sign.

A Honda CRV was stopped on Columbus Avenue at about 7:30 a.m. when the plow travelled through the Bell Avenue stop sign and struck it while turning south, said Lt. Anthony DeChoudens of the Ohio State Highway Patrol.

The plow sustained minor damage, and the Honda sustained moderate damage on its right side, DeChoudens said.

An occupant of the Honda was later taken to Firelands Regional Medical Center for treatment of minor injuries.

Comments

thomtom

was he sent right away for a drug test???

lugnut2511

Totally agree with ya there thomtom. Any township, city or county working should be tested if any accident happens. I've worked for companies that enforce this and have for many years. Being on the taxpayers payroll I would hope this is what is going on

pigeon farmer

Why do all politicians refuse to participate in a drug free work place? It would be nice to see politicians pass drug tests before any vote.

Darwin's choice

Because they'll fail!

Love614

Horrible. I hope everyone is ok.