Sunday, April 30, 2000

Man hurt in wreck on southbound I-75

The Cincinnati Enquirer

        A 34-year-old man from Union Township in Clermont County was in serious condition Saturday after he lost control of his pickup on southbound Interstate 75 and struck a guardrail.

        Sgt. Bill Coombs of the Cincinnati Police Division's Traffic Unit said the accident occurred 3:09 a.m. Saturday on I-75 between Mitchell Avenue and Interstate 74. After hitting the guardrail on the right side of the road, police said, the vehicle crossed three southbound lanes and struck the highway divider.

        Investigators identified the man as Jay Clark Jr. of Hilltop Drive. He was hospitalized in intensive care at University Hospital. Police, who said the crash was alcohol-related, are investigating.        

Vietnam: 25 years after the fall
       Vietnam: Chemist escaped to U.S. and P&G
       Vietnam: Precarious boat trip ended in freedom
Antioch College protest competes with speech
GOP seeks inquiry on Holcomb
Window falls spur concern
Guitarists learn to pick in a 'spiritual' place
        Kaukonen's music flowed from Yellow Springs
       Fur Peace Ranch 2000 Workshop Schedule
Acts in line for revamped Riverbend
Amateur bettor? Some tips for Derby Day
Businessmen buy Oldenberg building
Clean up land, says Hamilton
Entertainers head to 'Hood'
Eyes have it: Tammy Faye a draw
Get to it
Her flowers power people
Here's chance to be in 'Traffic'
Ky. cashes in on run for roses
Lawn bowling club is eager to get rolling
Man dies in wreck with cop
- Man hurt in wreck on southbound I-75
'Pigall' creator turned Chagall painting into swine art
Plans aim to cut dropout numbers
Sears to donate to Habitat projects
Senior leads life of leading
Showtime cuts screen time for 'Dirty Pictures' to get R
Tomorrow's today for 'Annie, jr.' star
Women could be GOP power
SAMPLES: A prescription for cosmic chaos
KENDRICK: Fishing day gets people hooked
PULFER: Hartwell dad: 'I finally got my boy back'
BRONSON: Time out
CROWLEY: Kentucky Politics
DAUGHERTY: Traffic? C'mon, get over it - in a helicopter
Queen City's moments to shine reflected in book