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Three area men sent to hospital after crash

• Updated Feb 20, 2017 at 11:34 PM

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PERKINS TOWNSHIP — The state Highway Patrol is investigating a two-vehicle crash in Perkins Township that sent three people to the hospital Monday evening.

The crash occurred at 7:42 p.m. after Ryan Skrumbellos, 21, of Bellevue, failed to yield to oncoming traffic when turning left from Bogart Road onto Camppbell Road, troopers said.

A westbound 1995 GMC Pickup truck being driven by Adam Windisch, 44, of Castalia, struck Skrumbellos’ 2002 Saturn hatchback.

Skrumbellos’ vehicle contained two other people: front-seat passenger, Sean Skrumbellos, 23, and rear-seat passenger Justin Skrumbellos, 22, both of Bellevue.

All three were transported to the Firelands Regional Medical Center emergency room for treatment of what troopers were calling “non-life threatening injuries.”

Ryan Skrumbellos was charged with failure to yield.

Windisch, the other drive, was arrested on a charge of operating a vehicle while impaired, troopers said. Windisch did not claim any injuries.

Perkins Township Police Department and Perkins Fire/EMS assisted at the scene.

 

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