A man has been killed in a two car collision on Route 46. The Ohio State Highway Patrol reports that a man from Rome Township died from his injuries after a two-car collision on Route 46 at 5:46 p.m. on Saturday not far from the Footville Richmond Road interchange.
According to a press release from the Ohio Highway Patrol (as per the reports of starbeacon.com), a 56-year-old named Robert Reznak was driving south on Route 46 when he collided with a pickup truck driven by 29 year old Pierpont Township resident Joseph Hines as Hines was reversing into a driveway.
Pierpont Township resident Hannah Fowler was a passenger in the car driven by Hines. At the time of the collision, both were evaluated and given treatment for minor injuries. Reznak was taken to Jefferson Area High School in an ambulance after the accident and later died at University Hospitals Cleveland Medical Center.
In this accident, all three people were safely restrained by their seatbelts. The OHP concludes that alcohol was not a contributing factor in the collision. The OHP reported that the road was closed for over two hours on Saturday night while authorities and rescue personnel dealt with the situation.
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Webster Road between Footville-Richmond Road and RR tracks were closed. The Jefferson Fire Department and South Central Ambulance sent personnel to aid the injured.
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