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Two Treated, Released Following Wednesday Crash




Fulton County Sheriff Deputies look over the wreckage of one of two cars involved in an accident at the intersection of US20A and St. Rt. 66 Wednesday, June 19. Two people were treated and released following the crash.–photo by David Pugh

Fulton County Sheriff Deputies look over the wreckage of one of two cars involved in an accident at the intersection of US20A and St. Rt. 66 Wednesday, June 19. Two people were treated and released following the crash.–photo by David Pugh

           Two people were treated and released at the Fulton County Health Center following a two-car crash at the intersection of St. Rt. 66 and US20A at Burlington-Elmira about 4:10 pm Wednesday, June 19.

            Preliminary information from the Ohio State Highway Patrol states Roy Tilley, 50, Napoleon, was driving a car west on US20A, with passenger Syndia Tilley, 53, same address.

            A second car, driven by Vicki Parmer, 53, Pioneer, was traveling north on St. Rt. 66.

            The two vehicles collided in the intersection. Parmar’s auto struck a road sign, and ended up nose-down in the ditch on the north side of the intersection.

            Archbold and Wauseon Rescue squads responded to the crash. Archbold Rescue transported the Tilleys to FCHC. Parmer was treated at the scene by Wauseon Rescue, but was not transported.

Archbold Rescue workers work to stop a small leak in the gas tank of this vehicle, which was involved in a collision at the intersection of US20A and St. Rt. 66 about 4:10 pm Wednesday, June 19. The driver of this auto was treated at the scene, but not taken to a hospital.–photo by David Pugh

Archbold Rescue workers work to stop a small leak in the gas tank of this vehicle, which was involved in a collision at the intersection of US20A and St. Rt. 66 about 4:10 pm Wednesday, June 19. The driver of this auto was treated at the scene, but not taken to a hospital.–photo by David Pugh

            OSHP Troopers are still investigating the crash.-posted 6.20 3:18 pm


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