NAPOLEON -- Three people were injured Tuesday when a car rolled several times and landed in the median on U.S. 6/U.S. 24 in Henry County's Liberty Township, sheriff's deputies said.
Jennifer King was westbound on the freeway just east of the Napoleon city limits about 6:50 p.m. when she started to move into the right lane. As she realized another car was there, she shifted back to the left and into the median. The car went airborne and rolled over several times before it landed on its wheels, deputies said.
Ms. King was taken by medical helicopter to University of Toledo Medical Center, the former Medical College of Ohio Hospital. A hospital spokesman said today that they had no one at the hospital by that name.
Her passengers, Ronald Bohmler, 25, and Leland King, 4, both of Napoleon, were taken to Henry County Hospital. Their conditions were not available. The child was in a booster seat, deputies said.
The crash remained under investigation later Monday, and no citations were issued immediately.
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