• February 24, 2017

Jeanette Raudabaugh, Janelle Homan, Doug Everman Injured in New Bremen, OH, Accident

New Bremen, OH -- February 22, 2017, Jeanette Raudabaugh, Janelle Homan, Doug Everman, and one other person were injured in an 18-wheeler accident.

The Ohio State Highway Patrol reported that the accident happened around 1:00 p.m. near the intersection of Route 66 and Lock 2 Road.

According to authorities, 34-year-old Everman was driving an 18-wheeler along Route 66 when a minivan reportedly entered his path. This resulted in a collision, and that collision pushed the 18-wheeler into the path of an oncoming Chevy car.

Following the crash, 81-year-old Raudabaugh and a passenger from the van had incapacitating injuries. EMS transported them to St. Ritas Hospital for treatment. Everman and the driver of the Chevy, 32-year-old Homan, had minor injuries and were taken to Joint Township Hospital.

A this time, authorities did not say if any charges or citations were issued after the crash. They continue to investigate the accident.

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