Three Sabina residents injured in Routes 22/3 crash Monday


News Journal staff report



Three people were injured and transported to Clinton Memorial Hospital following a two-vehicle accident Monday afternoon on Routes 22 and 3 East.

The operator of one of the vehicles, Samuel Morgan, 23, of Sabina, was cited with going left of center, causing the collision, according to the Wilmington Post of the Ohio State Highway Patrol.

Morgan was driving a Ford Fusion, which had a passenger, 20-year-old Faith Nesbitt of Sabina.

Morgan’s vehicle struck a Buick Enclave driven by Angela Luttrell, 44, of Sabina.

All three occupants of the vehicles were transported to CMH. According to the highway patrol, their injuries did not appear to be life-threatening.

All three reportedly were wearing their safety belts when the 4:54 p.m. Monday crash occurred.

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News Journal staff report