A Chillicothe man was taken by medical helicopter to the Ohio State University Medical Center after being involved in a crash with a tractor-trailer, the Chillicothe Gazette reported on October 19, 2011. Lt. John Monce, with the Pickaway County Sheriff’s Office, told the Gazette that 26-year-old Brandon Taylor was driving a Ford Escape north on U.S. Route 23 when he struck a 1992 Kenworth T800 hauling a grain hopper west across the northbound lanes near Emerson Road. Taylor was listed in stable condition.
Monce told the Gazette that Taylor’s two passengers, 3-year-old Lucas Taylor and 23-year-old Crystal Caldwell, were both taken to Berger Hospital, where they were treated and released. The driver of the truck, 61-year-old Edward Gifford, was not injured.
While the details of this case are still emerging, all people involved in truck accidentsshould immediately pursue legal representation. After an accident with a commercial truck, you will want a Cincinnati truck accident attorney to secure the evidence and secure the truck, both of which need to be done as soon as possible after a crash involving a tractor-trailer. For more than 30 years, the Moore Law Firm has successfully represented victims of truck accidents in northern Kentucky and the greater Cincinnati area. If you have been involved in an accident with a semi or tractor-trailer, contact our office today to set up a free consultation.
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