(FROM NEWS SUN) CLARK COUNTY — Two people were taken by CareFlight to Miami Valley Hospital today following a crash involving a dump truck.
Authorities said the dump truck collided with a car at the intersection of Old Columbus and Tuttle roads around 12:30 p.m. The dump truck then rolled several times and struck a utility pole.
More than 930 Ohio Edison customers were without power in the afternoon due to the crash.
Two people in the car were taken to Miami Valley Hospital via CareFlight. The dump truck driver was taken to Springfield Regional Medical Center by ambulance.
The crash remains under investigation.
WEEC SPORTS – WEDNESDAY 10-2-13:
THE NATIONAL LEAGUE WILD CARD GAME IS WON BY PITTSBURGH OVER CINCINNATI 6-2, THE PIRATES MOVE ON TO PLAY AT ST. LOUIS THURSDAY AFTERNOON AT 5PM. THE REDS END THE SEASON ON A 6 GAME LOSING STREAK, YET STILL WIN 90 GAMES AGAIN THIS YEAR.
TONIGHT 8PM IT’S THE AMERICAN LEAGUE WILD CARD GAME, TAMPA BAY AT CLEVELAND.
HIGH SCHOOL BOYS SOCCER: YELLOW SPRINGS 2 CATHOLIC CENTRAL 1, SPRINGBORO 2 XENIA 1.
GIRLS SOCCER: GREENEVIEW 4 MECHANICSBURG 0, NORTHEASTERN 1 WEST LIBERTY-SALEM, COACH DAYNA RAYNARD’S LADY JETS WITH A HUGE HOME WIN (8-4) ON SENIOR NIGHT, IN WHICH THEY ALSO GAVE ROSES TO THE VISITING TEAM’S SENIORS, INCLUDING MY DAUGHTER APRIL, WE WERE REALLY APPRECIATIVE OF THIS!
GIRLS VOLLEYBALL: MIAMI EAST 3 COVINGTON 0, KENTON RIDGE 3 NORTHWESTERN 0, THE LADY COUGARS 17-1!, URBANA 3 TIPPECANOE 1, SPRINGFIELD 3 TROTWOOD 1, SHAWNEE 3 GREENON 1, THE NEWS SUN SAYS.
AT THE DIV. 1 GIRLS GOLF TOURNAMENT, CENTERVILLE, MIAMISBURG, AND TROY ALL ADVANCE TO DISTRICTS.
THE DIV. 2 GIRLS DISTRICT GOLF TOURNAMENT IS TODAY IN MIAMISBURG, WITH GRAHAM’S LINDSEY BLACK TAKING PART, WITH THE DIV. 2 BOYS DISTRICT TOURNAMENT TEEING OFF THURSDAY MORNING AT WEATHERWAX GOLF CLUB IN MIDDLETOWN. URBANA WILL WILL PLAY AS A TEAM AFTER A 349 SECTIONAL SCORE, WHILE IN DIV. 3 THE WEST LIBERTY-SALEM BOYS WILL PLAY AS A TEAM, AND SETH DONOHOE OF TRIAD, MEDALIST AT LAST WEEK’S SECTIONAL, AND MECHANICSBURG’S MACK CUSHMAN, AMONG THOSE LOCALLY WHO’LL PLAY TOMORROW, SAYS THE DAILY CITIZEN. BEST WISHES TO ALL WEEC LISTENING-AREA PARTICIPANTS!