No serious injuries in two crashes

Two crashes in Sandusky and Margaretta Township.
Luke Wark
Jan 24, 2014

A Jeep Liberty is loaded onto the back of a flatbed wrecker after being involved in a non-injury crash on the Old Railroad Road overpass of Route 2 on Thursday in Margaretta Township.

(Second photo) Sandusky police and firefighters work Thursday afternoon at a three-vehicle crash at Hancock and Monroe streets.

Matthew Mapus, 48, of Sandusky, was cited with failure to stop at a stop light.

Jeffery Hardin, 41, of Sandusky, who sustained injures that were not life-threatening, was taken by ambulance to Firelands Regional Medical Center.

 

 

Comments

Señor Clown

Who sends a tow truck driver out in a coat that isn't fluorescent green?

2grandkids

Pretty sure that is the owner of a Sandusky towing company.

xtensionofme

Why flourescent green?

Maemayz

Pretty sure it doesn't matter what kind of coat they wear as long as they have the reflective vest on. And they only have to wear that if it's a police tow other wise it's not manditory

Dwight K.

Can't drivers just take it slow when driving ..or is everyone in a hurry nowadays

Secretary1

If that was the wreck on the bridge at 101 and 2 Walt's Towing was there, I saw it. Also, you should NEVER run the towing controls on the Driver's side of the road....Use the passenger side, that is what happened yesterday with the driver that got life flighted to Toledo from Route 2 and 13. Why do think the highway patrol only come to the passenger side anymore...SAFETY FIRST!!!!!