The 2004 Mazda driven by Jacqueline M. Krehel, 18, of Valley City in Liverpool Township, is shown after a crash with a 2017 Peterbilt truck owned by Wolff Bros. Supply Inc. and driven by Richard F. Sedlak, 64, of Brunswick. Krehel was flown to MetroHealth Hospital in Cleveland where a spokeswoman said she was treated and release.
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MEDINA TOWNSHIP — A driver was flown to MetroHealth Hospital in Cleveland where she was treated and released after a two-vehicle crash about noon Thursday at Hamilton and Substation roads.
Jacqueline M. Krehel’s 2004 Mazda was struck after it pulled out from Substation onto Hamilton in front of a Wolff Bros. supply truck, according to a “nonapproved” police report.
Medina Township police Chief Dave Arbogast said the preliminary report determined Krehel, 18, of Valley City in Liverpool Township, failed to yield at the intersection.
The driver of the 2017 Peterbilt truck, Richard F. Sedlak, 64, of Brunswick, was uninjured.
Medina Township police were dispatched at 12:02 p.m. and arrived at 12:08. Medina Life Support Team and Brunswick Hills Township Fire and Rescue assisted at the scene, which was cleared by 1:23 p.m.