3 Hurt In Head-On Crash On Highway 60

Sunday, February 23, 2014

Three people were injured in a head-on crash on Highway 60 on Saturday night.

At approximately 10:37 p.m., deputies with the Hamilton County Sheriff’s Office were called to the 6200 block of State Route 60 on a traffic crash with entrapment. The investigation showed a 1995 red Pontiac Firebird operated by Stacey Ratcliff , 67, was traveling southbound on State Route 60 and entered the northbound lane striking a 2002 Blue Dodge pickup truck.

Mr. Ratcliff was extricated from the his vehicle and transported to an area hospital by Life Force.

The two occupants of the other vehicle (Dodge Truck) identified as Wayne Smith, 67, and Heather Lynne, 21, were transported to an area hospital by Hamilton County Emergency Medical Services for medical treatment.

The investigation is ongoing and being handled by the HCSO Traffic Division.


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