Cincinnati, OH – Two Injured in Hit-&-Run Crash on Losantiville Ave

Cincinnati, OH – Two Injured in Hit-&-Run Crash on Losantiville Ave

Cincinnati, OH (December 17, 2020) – Law enforcement officials apprehended a driver who fled the scene of a car accident with injuries in Cincinnati on Wednesday morning, December 16. 

Local sources revealed that the crash occurred near the intersection of Losantiville Avenue and Reading Road. At around 1:40 a.m., a driver reportedly ran a red light at the intersection and t-boned another vehicle. A nearby officer arrived at the scene, prompting the red-light runner to flee on foot. 

The driver and female passenger of the other vehicle were transported to the University of Cincinnati Medical Center for the treatment of sustained injuries. No further injuries were reported. The driver who attempted to flee the scene is currently facing charges. 

An ongoing investigation into the cause of the crash is currently underway. 

Our thoughts are with the injured victims and their families at this time. We hope for their full recovery.

Red Light Collisions in Cincinnati

Cincinnati, OH - Two Injured in Hit-&-Run Crash on Losantiville AveIntersections are a magnet for serious car accidents in Cincinnati. Each year, there are more than 2.5 million intersection crashes reported in the United States, accounting for roughly 40% of reported vehicle collisions. Nearly half of all car accidents resulting in injuries occur at intersections. Red-light runners are responsible for a significant number of intersection accidents, and in 2018, a total of 846 people were nationwide were killed in red-light collisions. 

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