Friday, June 23, 2000

Two wrecks hurt 5

The Cincinnati Enquirer

        SOUTH LEBANON — Two accidents Thursday afternoon sent five people to emergency departments, mostly with minor injuries.

        Nicholas D. Smith, 21, of Blanchester was in good condition after being flown to University Hospital. He lost control of his Plymouth Neon, Ohio State Highway Patrol troopers said.

        The second accident occurred when a car collided with a Union Township fire engine responding to Mr. Smith's crash. That collision happened at Mason-Morrow-Millgrove and Ohio 48 when a car hit the side of the fire engine.

        Four people in the car received minor injuries and were taken to the Bethesda Warren County emergency room, authorities said.


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