18-Year-Old Failed To Yield And Caused Accident

18-Year-Old Failed To Yield And Caused Accident

18-year-old Natalie Shane, stopped at stop sign at the intersection of Ohio 334 and Ohio 72, and kept going without yielding to the right-of-way of on-coming traffic and was hit by a red SUV driven 39-year-old Julie Stevens.

An innocent bystander named Roy Allen said he was on his way home when he saw that the crash before emergency crews arrived on the scene.

He said Ms. Shane and her passenger, 18-year-old Robert E. Ball II, were trapped in the car.

Roy Allen was quoted saying “I saw the girl. She was screaming real bad,” he said. “She was not doing real good. People were trying to help her out.”

Ms. Shane was taken to Springfield Regional Medical Center and then flown to Miami Valley Hospital in Dayton, where she was listed in serious condition. The current condition of Ball and Stevens in unknown at this time.

Ms. Shane will be cited for failure to yield.

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