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Three Persons Treated After Collision With Refuse Truck

Three persons were treated and released at the Fulton County Health Center, following a 8:56 am, Wednesday, Jan. 7, collision with a garbage truck driven by Clifford E. Patterson, 50, rural Archbold.

The Fulton County Sheriff Department report states Patterson was driving the truck, owned by Archbold Refuse Service, Archbold. The vehicle was stopped in the 9000 block of Co. Rd. J, in Pike Township.

A car, driven by Kurstin Lynn Liszcz, 18, with passengers Cory Liszc, 15, and Trisha Liszcz, 13, of the same rural Wauseon address, approached the stopped truck, attempted to stop, and slid into the rear of the garbage truck.

Kurstin and Cory Liszcz, were taken by Wauseon Rescue to FCHC; Cory Liszcz was transported by Delta Rescue.

Pamela Sue Bricker, 59, Fayette, was treated and released from FCHC following a onevehicle crash on Co. Rd. 24, about a tenth of a mile south of US20A about 7:22 am, Wednesday, Jan. 7.

The FCSD report states Bricker was driving her sportutility vehicle south when it went out of control on the icecovered road. The SUV slid off the left side of the road, struck the ditch embankment, and rolled onto its side.

Archbold Rescue transported Bricker to FCHC.

Todd Robert Pariseau, 32, Defiance, was driving an SUV north on Co. Rd. 24 when his vehicle collided with a deer about 7:01 am, Wednesday, Jan. 7.

The crash occurred about three-tenths of a mile north of Co. Rd. B.

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