Anthony Wayne Trail Crash Injures 1 Maumee Resident
A crash along the Anthony Wayne Trail during rush hour sent one man to the hospital.
According to the authorities, a 56-year-old Maumee resident was traveling southbound on White St. near U.S. 24 around 7 a.m. when they were hit by a semi truck traveling westbound on U.S. 24. The driver of the car was taken to UTMC with unknown injuries.
The crash closed down the trail in both directions between Key and Gibbs streets. The Anthony Wayne Trail reopened about an hour later.
The crash is still under investigation and the Maumee Police are asking for witnesses to the crash to call 419-897-7007.
At this time, further details of the accident are not known. Since the police are still looking for witnesses it is possible that there is a dispute of liability. Cases, where there is a dispute, tend to be more tedious. The vehicles need to be preserved and pictures need to be taken of the action scene as soon as possible. Witnesses of the crash should also be interviewed.
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