Friday, March 13, 2015

Four Injured After Driver Fails to Yield Near New Madison

On March 12, 2015 at approximately 12:30 PM Darke County deputies along with Tri-Village Rescue, New Madison Fire, Arcanum Rescue, CareFlight and LifeLine were dispatched to the intersection of New Madison-Coletown Road and Hollansburg-Arcanum Road in reference to a two vehicle injury accident.       

Preliminary investigation revealed a blue 1983 Chevy Suburban driven by George M. Fudge, 39 of New Paris, Ohio stopped at the posted stop sign southbound on New Madison-Coletown Road and Hollansburg-Arcanum Road.  Fudge failed to yield after the stop sign traveling into the path of the red 2014 Ford F-350 utility truck driven by Bruce A. Mikesell, 57 of New Madison, Ohio.  Fudge's vehicle traveled off the roadway coming to rest in a yard.  Mikesell's vehicle traveled off the left side of the roadway striking a ditch causing the vehicle to roll onto it's side.        

George M. Fudge and his 4 year old male passenger were transported to Wayne HealthCare by Arcanum Rescue where they were treated and released.  Fudge's front seat passenger, Chasity M. C. Schroy, 33 of Richmond, Indiana was transported to Miami Valley Hospital by CareFlight where she is listed in Good condition.  Bruce A. Mikesell was transported to Miami Valley Hospital by LifeLine where he was treated and released.       

Darke County Sheriff's Office reconstruction team also responded to the accident scene for further investigation.       

This accident remains under investigation by the Darke County Sheriff's Office.        

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