Sheriff’s Office handle two separate injury accidents Thursday

The Logan County Sheriff’s Office responded to two separate injury accidents Thursday morning.

Deputies were called out to the 4,400 block of County Road 40 regarding a single-vehicle crash just before 10 o’clock.

It was reported Trevor King, 23, of Wapakoneta, was westbound on 40 when he went left of center and traveled off the left side of the road. King struck a ditch, a culvert, a tree, and a utility pole before coming to rest on his side.

He suffered minor injuries and was not transported.

King was wearing his seat belt.

He was cited for failure to control.

His vehicle suffered heavy damage.

The second accident occurred just before noon.

Deputies report Tamaria Newell, 19, of Bellefontaine, was northbound on State Route 117 when she failed to maintain assured clear distance and struck the passenger side rear tire of Tony Randsbottom, 58, of Bellefontaine, who made a right-hand turn into Duff’s Quarry.

Randsbottom was wearing his seat belt and was not injured.

Newell, who was wearing her seat belt, suffered minor injuries and was transported to Lima Memorial Hospital by BMRT EMS.

She was cited for assured clear distance.

Her vehicle suffered heavy damage, while Randsbottom’s vehicle suffered minor damage.