GREENVILLE - Four people, including two juveniles, were injured in a two-vehicle crash Sunday afternoon on U.S. Route 127 at Kruckeberg Road.
According to a preliminary investigation, at approximately 12:56 p.m., the driver of a 2007 Ford Focus, driven by a 15-year-old girl of Greenville, failed to yield and pulled out from the stop sign going eastbound on Kruckeberg Road into the path of a 2005 Chevy Impala driven by Dennis L. Parson, 62 of Fort Recovery, that was travelling northbound on U.S. Route 127.
The Ford Focus was student-driver car from Jones Driving School. The student-driver car took a hit to the passenger side which caused the car to come to rest off the roadway.
The teen girl driver was taken to Dayton Children’s Hospital by Arcanum Rescue. The front seat passenger, Amy L. Baker, 44, was trapped and had to be extricated and was then taken to Wayne HealthCare where she was transferred to Miami Valley Hospital by their MICU Unit. A 15-year-old female, back seat passenger of the Ford Focus, was taken to Wayne HealthCare. She is from Arcanum.
A passenger in the Chevy Impala, Carolyn S. Parsons, 61, of Fort Recovery was also transported to Wayne HealthCare.
The condition of all the victims involved is unknown. Darke County deputies, Greenville Township Fire, Greenville City Fire, Greenville Rescue, Gettysburg Rescue and Arcanum Rescue reponded to the scene. The Darke County Sheriff’s Reconstruction Team was also dispatched.
This accident remains under investigation by the Darke County Sheriff’s Office.