|Accidents reported in congested BG|
|Written by Sentinel-Tribune Staff|
|Saturday, 18 August 2012 08:27|
The Bowling Green Police Division responded to multiple accidents on Friday, a day when traffic in the city was at a high volume due to tractor pull visitors and students moving into residence halls at Bowling Green State University.
Four accidents were reported between 10:40 a.m. and 4:45 p.m., all on Main and Wooster streets. Two of the four involved possible injuries to drivers.
The first happened at 11:05 a.m. the intersection of West Wooster and Western Avenue. As traffic began to stop, a vehicle driven by Caroline Vonier, Archbold, ran into the rear of a vehicle driven by Anita Flores, Bowling Green. Flores' vehicle ran into the rear of a vehicle driven by Jared Rottres, Wauseon. Police were not able to determine which collision occurred first.
Flores reported possible injury. Both Vonier and Flores were cited for failure to main assured clear distance ahead.
The other injury accident took place at 4:45 p.m. on East Wooster at State Street. Vehicles driven by Renee Willoughby, Avon Lake, and Amy Buehrer, Sandusky, were both eastbound. Buehrer's vehicle changed lanes and hit the Willoughby vehicle. Willoughby reported possible injury. Buehrer was cited for a lanes of travel violation.
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