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Michael Ullery



Mike Ullery | Daily CallA Nissan SUV rests on its side following a two-vechicle crash at the intersection of Main and Wood Streets in Piqua on Thursday afternoon. Piqua police reports indicated that a white cargo van, driven by Daniel Oakes, 36, of Piqua, was northbound on Main Street at around 12:30 p.m. when he ran a red light, striking an eastbound vehicle, driven by Chad Hanson. The impact caused Hanson's SUV to roll over on its side. Piqua Fire Department medics responded to the scene but neither driver was treated for injury. Oakes was sited for a red light violation and driving under suspension. The crash was investigated by Piqua Police.
Mike Ullery | Daily CallA Nissan SUV rests on its side following a two-vechicle crash at the intersection of Main and Wood Streets in Piqua on Thursday afternoon. Piqua police reports indicated that a white cargo van, driven by Daniel Oakes, 36, of Piqua, was northbound on Main Street at around 12:30 p.m. when he ran a red light, striking an eastbound vehicle, driven by Chad Hanson. The impact caused Hanson's SUV to roll over on its side. Piqua Fire Department medics responded to the scene but neither driver was treated for injury. Oakes was sited for a red light violation and driving under suspension. The crash was investigated by Piqua Police.
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Mike Ullery | Daily Call


A Nissan SUV rests on its side following a two-vechicle crash at the intersection of Main and Wood Streets in Piqua on Thursday afternoon. Piqua police reports indicated that a white cargo van, driven by Daniel Oakes, 36, of Piqua, was northbound on Main Street at around 12:30 p.m. when he ran a red light, striking an eastbound vehicle, driven by Chad Hanson. The impact caused Hanson’s SUV to roll over on its side. Piqua Fire Department medics responded to the scene but neither driver was treated for injury. Oakes was sited for a red light violation and driving under suspension. The crash was investigated by Piqua Police.


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