WILLIAMS COUNTY, OH - No injuries were report in three-vehicle crash, which happened in work zone Friday morning. The incident happened at around 9:30 a.m.
Investigators say the lone occupant of a blue Buick LaSabre was traveling south on Ohio 49, just south of County Road E. Reports indicate the driver failed to stop upon coming to two vehicles which were stopped to adhere to a roadwork traffic controller. As a result, the LaSabre struck a white Buick Envision, which in turn struck a tan Honda Odyssey.
No injuries were reported. The driver of the LaSabre was cited for not maintaining assured clear distance ahead.
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