STARK COUNTY, Ohio — A Stark County Sheriff’s deputy was taken to the hospital early Friday morning with severe accidents as the results of a crash that left her trapped the other way up in her patrol automobile for roughly 30 minutes.
The Ohio State Freeway Patrol says Deputy Hiller was responding to an emergency name “when her automobile misplaced management on the ice and slush-covered roadway.” It occurred round 1:38 a.m. on state Route 44 in Osnaburg Township whereas negotiating a curve within the street close to the intersection of Valleybrook Avenue. Authorities say the automobile went off the correct facet of the roadway and right into a ditch earlier than hanging a big culvert. The automobile then overturned.
Deputy Hiller was extricated from the patrol automobile by the Louisville Hearth Division and Osnaburg Township Emergency Medical Providers. She was taken to Aultman Hospital for remedy.
Route 44 was closed for roughly 90 minutes whereas crews labored to clear the crash. The Stark County Sheriff’s Workplace, the Louisville Hearth Division and the Osnaburg Township EMS assisted the Ohio State Freeway Patrol throughout the investigation.
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Editor’s word: Video above was initially printed on Dec. 15, 2020.