WARREN — The Ohio State Highway Patrol is questioning a five-vehicle pile-up Sunday during North Road and U.S. Route 422 that sent several people to a hospital.
The collision tighten down westbound trade on partial of Route 422 for some-more than an hour while a stage was privileged of debris, according to a news recover by a patrol. Those roving on Route 422 from a Niles to Warren were led by a Walgreens parking lot.
At 12:40 p.m., an eastward Cadillac CTS was branch left during North Road when it strike dual other cars streamer southbound on North Road, a news states, that afterwards strike dual more.
Reports prove a motorist of a Cadillac unsuccessful to produce during a red light, attack a southbound Chevrolet Traverse that caused a car to spin and strike a Chevrolet Malibu that had stopped in a westbound line of Route 422. The impact pushed a Malibu retrograde and struck a Cadillac SRX that was also stopped in a westbound lane.
As a collision was unfolding, a northbound Chevrolet Impala on North Road was struck by drifting waste from a crash, a news states..
Jeremy Dunlap, 30, of Hermitage, Pa. ,who was pushing a Cadillac CTS, suffered teenager injuries and was taken to St. Joseph Warren Hospital, a news states. Also taken to St. Joseph was Michele Watson, 49, of Warren, motorist of a Chevrolet Traverse, who also had teenager injuries, according to a report.
Two additional passengers in a Traverse were also ecstatic to a sanatorium with teenager injuries, a news states.
Unijured during a stage were Beverly Cole, 69, of Youngstown, motorist of a Chevrolet Malibu; Eddie Williams, 47, of Stafford, Va., pushing a Cadillac SRX, and Sheila Morgan, 70, of Vienna, pushing a Chevrolet Impala, a news said.
The news states authorities used a “Jaws of Life” to giveaway people from a wrecked vehicles. The review is continuing, a news states.