Woman injured in Perkins crash

Three cars involved in Monday morning crash
Courtney Astolfi
May 5, 2014

 

A Huron woman sustained minor injuries after a Sandusky man improperly changed lanes Monday around 11 a.m. in front of Jolly Donut on Milan Road, Perkins police said. 

Adolfo Leal, 22, of Monroe Street, was charged with changing lanes without caution and driving under suspension. 

Both vehicles were headed southbound when Leal switched lanes, forcing the woman off the road and into a street sign and pole in front of the donut shop, police said. The sign then struck a parked truck in the restaurant's lot.

Comments

Dwight K.

That's why I hate driving..they give anyone a license

bondgirlM

according to the article he didn't have a valid driver's license, that was part of his charges. But I know what you mean :)

Ralph J.

No driver license or insurance? Who will pay?

twosenseworth

Having a valid driver's license in this area seems to be nothing more than just a suggestion, rather than a requirement. That is proven every day with the scores of people who are caught driving without a license, or under suspension. I firmly believe that the vehicle these people drive should be taken away from them until they earn the privilege to legally drive again. As long as a vehicle is available, they will drive.