Chillicothe, Ohio — A woman was injured and a driver was given a citation after an accident between a tractor-trailer and a car in Chillicothe. This accident happened along U.S. 23 and the woman who was injured has been identified as 40-year old Marsha Patrick.
Patrick, who is a local Chillicothe resident, was riding in a Lincoln that was being driven by 72-year old Robert Doles.
They were headed north along U.S. 23 at about 9:30 p.m. on Tuesday night of this week (September 8, 2015) when Doles’ Lincoln was suddenly in a sideswipe collision with a tractor-trailer in another lane.
The accident caused both vehicles to run off the highway and crash, which left Marsha Patrick with some injuries. She was taken to a hospital, but it’s not clear how serious the injuries were.
The trucker, 60-year old Michael Tomlinson, told police that Doles changed lanes into the side of his truck, but it’s not clear if that was ever confirmed.
As of Wednesday, it looks like either Doles may have been written up for the wreck by the police.
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