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      Head-on collision on I-75 injures two drivers

      Traffic on southbound I-75 in Rossford was at a standstill for more than 30 minutes overnight because of a crash that injured two people at about 11:45 p.m. Thursday, according to the Ohio Highway Patrol.

      Isaiah Lee Slaughter, 21, of Toledo, sustained serious, non-life threatening injuries, according to the patrol, which said Rossford EMS took him to Toledo Hospital.

      Lisa M. Herzog, 47, of Perrysburg sustained minor injuries, and she was transported by Northwood EMS to Mercy St. Vincent Medical Center, according to the patrol.

      The crash occurred, according to the patrol, when Mr. Slaughter was driving a car north on I-75, between Buck and Wales roads, and Ms. Herzog was driving a car south on I-75. The car driven by Mr. Slaughter lost control, went through the median into the southbound lanes, and was struck head-on by Ms. Herzog's car, the patrol said. Her car continued off the west side of the road and struck a guardrail.

      Both drivers wore seat belts.

      Read more at http://www.toledoblade.com/Police-Fire/2013/11/01/Southbound-I-75-at-standstill-due-to-crash.html#EMLtJSf1Z7PwgwdQ.99

      Traffic on southbound I-75 in Rossford was at a standstill for more than 30 minutes overnight because of a crash that injured two people at about 11:45 p.m. Thursday, according to the Ohio Highway Patrol.

      Isaiah Lee Slaughter, 21, of Toledo, sustained serious, non-life threatening injuries, according to the patrol, which said Rossford EMS took him to Toledo Hospital.

      Lisa M. Herzog, 47, of Perrysburg sustained minor injuries, and she was transported by Northwood EMS to Mercy St. Vincent Medical Center, according to the patrol.

      The crash occurred, according to the patrol, when Mr. Slaughter was driving a car north on I-75, between Buck and Wales roads, and Ms. Herzog was driving a car south on I-75. The car driven by Mr. Slaughter lost control, went through the median into the southbound lanes, and was struck head-on by Ms. Herzog's car, the patrol said. Her car continued off the west side of the road and struck a guardrail.

      Both drivers wore seat belts.

      Read more at http://www.toledoblade.com/Police-Fire/2013/11/01/Southbound-I-75-at-standstill-due-to-crash.html#EMLtJSf1Z7PwgwdQ.99

      Traffic on southbound I-75 in Rossford was at a standstill for more than 30 minutes overnight because of a crash that injured two people at about 11:45 p.m. Thursday, according to the Ohio Highway Patrol.

      Isaiah Lee Slaughter, 21, of Toledo, sustained serious, non-life threatening injuries, according to the patrol, which said Rossford EMS took him to Toledo Hospital.

      Lisa M. Herzog, 47, of Perrysburg sustained minor injuries, and she was transported by Northwood EMS to Mercy St. Vincent Medical Center, according to the patrol.

      The crash occurred, according to the patrol, when Mr. Slaughter was driving a car north on I-75, between Buck and Wales roads, and Ms. Herzog was driving a car south on I-75. The car driven by Mr. Slaughter lost control, went through the median into the southbound lanes, and was struck head-on by Ms. Herzog's car, the patrol said. Her car continued off the west side of the road and struck a guardrail.

      Both drivers wore seat belts.

      Read more at http://www.toledoblade.com/Police-Fire/2013/11/01/Southbound-I-75-at-standstill-due-to-crash.html#EMLtJSf1Z7PwgwdQ.99

      A late Halloween night head-on crash left two people injured and halted traffic on a major northwest Ohio highway.

      The Ohio State Highway Patrol said traffic was stopped for at least 30 minutes along southbound I-75 in Rossford shortly before midnight.

      A report stated a vehicle driven by Isaiah Lee Slaughter, 21, of Toledo, left its northbound lanes, travelled through the median and struck a car headed south in the southbound lanes.

      The southbound car was driven by Lisa Herzog, 47, of Perrysburg. Her vehicle struck the highway's guardrail.

      Slaughter sustained serious injuries in the crash. Herzog was left with only minor injuries, according to OSHP.

      Both drivers were wearing seat belts at the time of the crash.