Three Crashes Reported Around Hardin County Thursday

Written by on September 16, 2022

There were a total of three crashes that occurred throughout the day Thursday around Hardin County.

According to information from the Hardin County Sheriff’s Office:

.The first was a motorcycle versus deer crash that occurred just before 12:30am in the 600 block of State Route 309.

Caleb Campbell, of Lewistown, Pennsylvania, was traveling west on 309 when the deer entered the roadway.

Campbell, who was wearing a helmet, was ejected after the motorcycle struck the deer.

He was transported to a regional hospital for suspected minor injuries.

Assisting at the scene were: Ada-Liberty EMS, Ada-Liberty Fire Department, and Route 31 Towing.

.Then around 2 Thursday afternoon, an accident occurred at the intersection of State Route 67 and County Road 175 just east of Kenton.

Kassie Reisinger of Mount Victory was traveling north on 175 and failed to stop when making a left-hand turn. 

She turned left into the path of an oncoming semi being operated by Kevin Pritts of Tiffin. 

Resinger was transported to the hospital with unknown injuries. 

Pritts was not injured. 

Disabling damage occurred to both vehicles and were towed. 

Assisting at the scene were: Kenton Fire Department, Kenton Police Department, BKP Ambulance District, Jackson-Forest Fire Department, and Minich’s Towing.

.The final accident involved a vehicle and a buggy at around 6:30 Thursday evening in the area of State Route 31 and Township Road 240. 

There was one occupant in the automobile and one occupant on the buggy. 

Heavy damage occurred to both the buggy and the car, but both occupants were uninjured. 

The horse ran away at the time of the accident but was able to be located and returned to its owners.

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