At Least One Transported After Single Vehicle Rollover Crash

  • 3/8/2018 1:25:09 PM
  • WMFD Staff
  • Local News

CRESTLINE, OH - A one-vehicle rollover crash left an individual trapped and a vehicle completely unrecognizable.

The crash occurred Thursday shortly after noon on Krichbaum Road in Crestline between Huber Road and SR-61. The vehicle struck and snapped a pole on the south side of the street before crashing into a fenced-in field where it came to rest on its passenger side, leaving pieces of the fence, the pole and the vehicle in its wake.

It is unknown at this time how many people were in the vehicle, but an adult male was observed being removed from the vehicle and then transported by EMS. 

Crestline Police, Crawford County Sheriff's office, Jefferson Township Fire and EMS, and Life Support Team EMS were all on the scene.

This incident remains under investigation by Crawford County Sheriff's Office.

For more on this accident, stay tuned to WMFD for updates as they become available. 

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