Six persons were injured in two automobile accidents last week.
Charlotte Rosebrock, 80, Archbold, was taken to the Fulton County Health Center, then transferred to another hospital in the Toledo area, following a two-vehicle crash that occurred about 9:47 am, Friday, May 31.
Rosebrock was driving an SUV west on Co. Rd. F, while Nancy Allan, 56, rural Fayette, was driving a minivan north on Co. Rd. 20. Allan was taken to FCHC, where she was treated and released.
The Fulton County Sheriff Department report states the Rosebrock vehicle failed to stop for the stop sign, and collided with the minivan.
The minivan then struck a utility pole, snapping it off near ground level, and a telephone junction box before overturning and coming to rest in the front lawn of a home on the northwest corner of the intersection.
The SUV went off the same corner, stopping just before striking the home.
Archbold Rescue transported both victims.
Deputies have not completed the report on the crash. No citations have been issued.
Archbold and Wauseon rescue squads teamed up to transport four persons from a two-car crash that occurred at the intersection of Co. Rds. C and 19 about 5:09 pm, Wednesday, May 29.
All victims were treated and released at FCHC.
Sheri Fry, 45, rural Archbold, was driving a car north on Co. Rd. 19, with passenger Claire Fry, 17, same address.
A second car, driven by Daryl Lynn, 68, Stryker, was traveling west on Co. Rd. C, with passenger Mary Lynn, 66, same address.
The Ohio State Highway Patrol report said the Fry vehicle stopped at the stop sign at the intersection of Co. Rds. 19 and C, then continued north. The Lynn vehicle failed to stop for the stop sign on Co. Rd. C, and the two cars collided.
Archbold Rescue transported the Lynns and Claire Fry to FCHC. Wauseon Rescue took Sheri Fry to FCHC.
OSHP troopers cited Daryl Lynn for failure to yield at a through highway.