Teenagers injured in early morning accident Tuesday on West York Road PDF Print E-mail
Written by Marty Randall   
Wednesday, 25 September 2013 00:00

Three teenage boys suffered possible broken bones in an early Tuesday morning, September 17, accident on West York Road.


Darin S. Hall, 17, Austin, was identified as the driver during the mishap, which occurred at 4:47 a.m.. The boys were riding in a 2000 Jeep SUV south on West York Road.

In his statement to Deputy Shawn Mayer, Hall stated that the Jeep was rounding a curve when it began to slide on loose gravel. The Jeep entered a roadside ditch, which caused it to roll on its top. It came to rest in a field close to the road’s intersection with Thomastown Road.

All of the teens were wearing seatbelts and harnesses, but that did not prevent them from escaping injuries. Hall and passenger Zachary C. Pasley, 17, Deputy, each had fractures of a lower arm, while passenger Colton G. Napier, 16, Scottsburg, experienced head pain.

The boys were treated at the scene by Scott County EMS technicians, and then went to Scott Memorial Hospital for further evaluation. Deputy Mayer estimated property damage at up to $10,000.

He was assisted at the scene by deputies Joe Guarneri and Rodney Rudder.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 25 September 2013 10:46