Crawford Co. Sheriff's Investigating 2-Vehicle Fatal Crash

  • 4/17/2017 11:00:37 AM
  • WMFD Digital Team
  • Local News

CRAWFORD CO, OH - The Crawford County Sheriff’s Office is currently investigating a two-vehicle fatal crash that occurred at 9:53 a.m., Saturday.

Carol A. Mullins, 44, was driving a 2000 Oldsmobile Intrigue with no passengers while driving southbound on New Winchester Center Rd.

Chad M. Carey, 37, had seven passengers in his 2010 Chevy Traverse and was westbound on Monnett-New Winchester Rd., approaching the intersection of New Winchester Center Rd.

Mullins entered the intersection, turning east onto Monnett-New Winchester Rd. and was struck by Carey. Both vehicles went off the southwest side of the intersection, coming to rest in a yard.

Carey and three passengers were transported to Galion Community Hospital by Life Support for medical treatment. The remaining passengers were transported to the hospital by the family to be checked out.

Mullins was pronounced deceased at the scene.

An investigator from the Coroner’s Office was also on scene. Mullins was transported to the Galion Community Hospital and later transported to the Lucas County Coroner’s Office for an autopsy.

Carl’s Towing and Bloomfield Towing were called to remove the vehicles from the scene and were assisted by Whetstone Fire Department, in clearing the roadway from debris.

The Sheriff’s Office continues to investigate this crash. No citations have been issued at this time. 

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