UPDATED: OSHP: Man hurt in Cuba Road crash was on heroin


By Tom Barr - and Gary Huffenberger



The Miami Valley Hospital CareFlight helicopter was called to transport a Clinton County man in this single-vehicle crash on Cuba Road Sunday evening.


Tom Barr | News Journal

WASHINGTON TOWNSHIP — A Midland man was seriously injured Sunday evening in a single-vehicle crash on Cuba Road south of Wilmington.

Bobby Hill III, 31, of Midland, was transported by Miami Valley Hospital CareFlight medical helicopter to MVH after the crash. His condition was not available at the hospital Monday morning.

According to the Wilmington post of the Ohio State Highway Patrol, Hill had to be administered Narcan by EMS personnel upon their arrival at the site.

Hill stated he had used heroin prior to the 6:03 p.m. Easter Sunday crash, according to the report by the highway patrol.

About half a mile north of Champlin Road, Hill’s 2000 Dodge Durango SUV went off Cuba Road in a curve, and struck a DP&L pole, snapping it in two near the base, the patrol stated.

Hill was driving with a suspended operator’s license, said the patrol. He did not have his seat belt on, said the Ohio State Highway Patrol’s Wilmington post Commander Lt. Stan Jordan.

There reportedly were no passengers in the vehicle.

Wilmington Fire & EMS as well as Clinton County Sheriff’s deputies responded to the scene, in addition to the Ohio State Highway Patrol.

https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2020/04/web1_crash-1-1.jpgTom Barr | News Journal

The Miami Valley Hospital CareFlight helicopter was called to transport a Clinton County man in this single-vehicle crash on Cuba Road Sunday evening.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2020/04/web1_crash-2-1.jpgThe Miami Valley Hospital CareFlight helicopter was called to transport a Clinton County man in this single-vehicle crash on Cuba Road Sunday evening. Tom Barr | News Journal

By Tom Barr

and Gary Huffenberger