Sunday, April 18, 2004

17-year-old injured as car flips on I-74



The Cincinnati Enquirer

GREEN TWP. - A 17-year-old Williamsburg, Ohio youth was thrown from the back seat of a car after the driver lost control, hit an embankment on Interstate 74 and flipped over Friday night.

Travis Gentry was taken to University Hospital where he was treated and released Saturday.

The accident happened about 10:30 p.m. just east of Harrison Ave. Neither alcohol nor drugs were a factor, authorities said.

None of the other passengers in the car - driver, Justin Barringer , 17, of Batavia; William Rosselot, 16, of Williamsburg, and Ryan Pope, 16, of Batavia - were hurt. Gentry was not wearing a seat belt.




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