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4 transported to hospital, including 3 Tiffin men, following vehicle crash in Findlay

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FINDLAY, Ohio — Four men were transported to a hospital for minor injuries following a vehicle crash in Findlay Saturday afternoon.

At 1:41 p.m., officers from the Findlay Police Department responded to a crash at State Route 12 and County Road 236.

19-year-old Clayton Free, of Tiffin, was driving a 2003 Jeep Patriot westbound on State Route 12.

50-year-old Johnny Poe, of Findlay, was driving a 2003 Ford F-150 eastbound on State Route 12.

As Free began to turn left onto County Road 236, he was struck by Poe’s vehicle. Free’s vehicle rolled over as a result.

Free and Poe were both transported to Blanchard Valley Hospital for their injuries.

Free’s vehicle had two passengers, 19-year-old Jackson Pate, of Tiffin, and 18-year-old Colton James, of Tiffin, who were also transported to  Blanchard Valley Hospital for injuries.

Both vehicles involved in the crash were towed from the scene.

Due to conflicting statements, no contributing circumstances could be determined, according to police.

Poe was cited for driving under suspension.

The Findlay Police Department was assisted on-scene by Findlay Fire and Hanco EMS.

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