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UPDATE Monday, April 21, 2014 - We have now identified the victims of Saturday’s rollover crash.

According to the Ohio State Highway Patrol, Stephen J. Taylor, 24, of Marion was driving a 2004 Volvo S40, headed north on County Road 28, when he failed to stop at a stop sign striking a 2013 Hyundai Tuscon driven by Ronald Williams, 38, Caledonia.

After impact, the Volvo veered to the left side of the roadway, struck a fire hydrant and an underground telephone cable.

The Hyundai went off the road striking a ditch and overturning.

Taylor was transported by Morrow County EMS to Morrow County Hospital.

The occupants of the Hyundai, Williams, Andrea D. Lanum, 39, Caledonia, and two juveniles ages 15 and 10 were all injured. Williams and Lanum were transported to MCH and later transferred to Grant Medical Center in Columbus. The 15 year old was transported to Grant then transferred to Children’s Hospital. The 10 year old was Med-Flighted To Children’s Hospital.

Taylor was cited with Failure to stop at a stop sign.


UPDATE Sunday, April 20, 2014 - All occupants of a two-vehicle crash Saturday are reported to be hospitalized.

Two adults and two children in the Hyundai mini van have been admitted to Children’s Hospital and Grant Medical Center. The driver of the Volvo S40 is reportedly in Morrow County Hospital.



Saturday April 19, 2014 - Two people were injured following a two-vehicle crash at approx. 7:45 pm. today at the intersection of CR 27 and CR 28 in Canaan Township.

A silver Volvo S40 was traveling north on CR 28 when it failed to stop at the intersection of CR 27 and CR 28, striking virtually head-on a white Hyundai Tuscon that was traveling west on CR 27.

The driver of the Volvo was transported to MCH via Morrow County EMS. He did not have any passengers.

The Hyundai mini van was carrying 4 people. A 10-year-old passenger was Med-Flighted to Grant Hospital in Columbus.

The accident is under investigation by the Ohio State Highway Patrol.

Units from First Consolidated Fire Dept., Mt. Gilead Fire Dept., Morrow County EMS, Morrow County Sheriff’s Dept. and OSHP responded to the scene.

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