ROSEVILLE — The Ohio State Highway Patrol responded to a crash on state Route 93 near the Village of Roseville, resulting in four individuals being transported to a hospital in the area.
Troopers with the Ohio State Highway Patrol Lancaster Post are investigating the state Route 93 crash. According to Sgt. Jeffrey Jirles, the incident occurred a little after 4 p.m. on Wednesday on the highway at Fultonrose Road.
Jirles said that a 2004 Chevy Impala was being operated by 38-year-old William Boring. He was traveling northbound on state Route 93 when a 2016 Hyundai Tucson, driven by 63-year-old Sharon Shiplet entered the highway from Fultonrose Road.
The highway patrol stated the cars collided in the intersection both of which sustained damage enough for the vehicle to be disabled.
Boring was ejected from his Chevy Impala and was then air-lifted to Grant Hospital located in the City of Columbus. Troopers described his injuries as serious.
Boring was accompanied by a passenger, 28-year-old Austin Luderman, who was also flown by an additional medical helicopter to Grant Hospital with serious injuries.
The Ohio State Highway Patrol also reported that a second passenger was in Boring’s car. The 16-year-old was transported to Genesis Hospital.
Shiplet was also taken to Genesis Hospital, according to the Highway Patrol.
Sgt. Jirles stated that the patrol’s crash reconstruction unit is providing assistance with the crash investigation. Additionally, the highway patrol has charges pending.