Sunday, January 25, 2004

Public safety briefs



Man hospitalized after car hits his scooter

FAIRFIELD - A 65-year-old man was struck by a car as he crossed Pleasant Avenue on a scooter Saturday afternoon.

The man, who was not identified by Fairfield Police, was taken to University Hospitalby helicopter.

His condition was unknown Saturday evening.

The man was driving his three-wheeled scooter on Blackburn Avenue at 12:30 p.m., crossing Pleasant Ave., when he was hit.

The driver of the car was not injured.

Snow snags traffic on Ohio roads

Snow that made driving treacherous across much of central and northern Ohio on Saturday resulted in numerous minor accidents and the shutdown of some roads.

The State Highway Patrol closed a stretch of Interstate 71 for five hours after a tractor-trailer carrying hazardous material overturned 20 miles north of Columbus.

The northbound lanes of Interstate 75 south of Toledo also were closed for 30 minutes, the patrol said.

All that is merely a foreshadowing of what could be the most severe storm of the season today, when northern two-thirds of Ohio faces up to 8 inches of snow and ice, the National Weather Service said.




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