Tuesday, February 25, 2003

River Road wreck



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Cincinnati Police Sgt. Dan Tiemeier (left) and Officer D. Gulley look over the wreckage left after a car traveling in the 1600 block of River Road struck an overpass support of the nearby Sixth Street viaduct and crashed through a garage door about 10:30 am. Monday. Three people were taken to University Hospital; officials said the injuries were not life-threatening.


The Cincinnati Enquirer/CRAIG RUTTLE





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