A two-car crash Tuesday in Rochester Township resulted in injuries for both drivers.
At approximately 3:55 p.m., a Honda CRV traveling westbound on state Rt. 162 failed to yield for the stop sign at the Rt. 511 intersection.
The Honda t-boned a Toyota Tundra that was heading south on 511, causing it to roll over and flip off of the road, according to state trooper Hector Burgos.
The driver of the Toyota Tundra was taken by ambulance to Fisher-Titus Medical Center in Norwalk with undisclosed injuries while the driver of the Honda walked away with a few minor scrapes and bruises, Burgos said.
There were no passengers in either car.
Area resident Norm Harp said that he regularly sees motorists run stop signs at the intersection.
“I’ve lived out here since I was five years old and people have never properly observed the signage at this intersection,” he said. “I have personally observed drivers run that stop sign before. The signs are there for a reason. It’s a shame that more aid doesn’t come from Columbus for this sort of thing unless enough people get hurt or killed.”
Jonathan Delozier can be reached at 440-647-3171 or @DelozierNews on Twitter.
Photos by Jonathan Delozier| Wellington Enterprise A Toyota Tundra sits flipped over on the side of state Rt. 511 after being t-boned by a southbound motorist who ran a stop sign.