Two men were injured in a truck accident on Ohio 129 on Sunday morning, according to new reports. The two men were injured when a truck delivering furniture hit an unoccupied vehicle. Reports detail that the driver of the delivery truck was headed westbound about 2 miles west of Interstate 75 when he struck a disabled Chevrolet Astro Van. The truck then hit a retaining wall and briefly caught fire at approximately 10:25 a.m. on Sunday. West Chester Twp. fire crews were able to extinguish the small fire following the crash.
The two men injured in the truck accident suffered non-life threatening injuries and were taken to area hospitals following the crash. One of the men was taken to Mercy Hospital of Fairfield and the other was taken to West Chester Hospital. Both were released that same day. Reports expressed that no one was inside the Astro Van at the time of the truck accident. Police determined that driver inattention was the official cause of the truck accident. No charges have been filed yet to date in this case.
No reports detailed if this truck accident caused any delays in traffic following the crash.
Source: Middleton Journal “Two men injured after crash on Ohio 129” 2/7/2011