Cincinnati, OH – Two CPD Officers Injured in Collision on Reading RdOhio & Indiana Legal News
Cincinnati, OH (September 18, 2020) – Three people, including two Cincinnati police officers, were injured following a two-vehicle collision in a residential area of Cincinnati on Wednesday evening, September 16.
The accident reportedly occurred in the 3600 block of Reading Road near Glenwood Avenue in the Avondale area. At around 7 p.m., the driver of a silver sport-utility vehicle was traveling southbound when they collided with a police SUV. The woman driving the silver SUV was reportedly attempting to make a left turn at the time of the crash.
Two officers inside the police vehicle sustained injuries in the crash. A witness from the scene reported that a pedestrian was nearly involved in the crash as well. The pedestrian was able to avoid the accident but was hit by debris from the collision.
No further updates on the accident have been provided at this time. An ongoing investigation into the accident is currently underway.
Our thoughts are with the injured victims and their families at this time. We hope for their full recovery.
Left-Turn Accidents in Hamilton County
Intersections are inherently dangerous and are the site of a significant number of collisions each year. Nearly 61% of intersection crashes involve drivers making left-hand turns, and left turns are a critical pre-crash event. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Association, left-hand turn sare involved in nearly 22.2% of reported collisions each year. There are more than 2.5 million intersection crashes reportedly annually, accounting for roughly 40% of reported collisions.
Ohio auto accidents can leave victims and their families with significant injuries and other financial damages, and these are often enough to completely disrupt a victim’s life. Big cities throughout the state have busy and congested roadways, which set the scene for a serious or life-threatening collision. These severe and fatal accidents can result in significant damages, including the cost of medical bills, lost income from being unable to return to work, or pain and suffering that lingers long after the crash.
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