Two Vehicles Land In A Church Yard

By: Lauren Weppler Email
By: Lauren Weppler Email

Two people were taken to the hospital Saturday after an accident that left two cars in a church's front yard.

The accident happened on Main Street in Belpre.

Witnesses said one driver turned out of Third Street, going the wrong way on a one way road, and struck the car driving south on Main Street.

The cars both ended up in the Belpre Congregational Church's front yard.

A seventeen year old boy and Debra Cunningham were taken to Camden Clark Memorial Hospital.

Cunningham was shaken about the accident, "I wasn't going very fast...there was no way to stop or do anything. "

Both people in the accident were treated and released.

Belpre Police gave two citations to the teenage boy for failure to yield to the right of way and going the wrong direction on the street.

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  • by Josh Location: pennsville/malta on Jun 21, 2009 at 05:10 PM
    the 17 year old boy is my best buddie and the other car shouldent have been going so fast so he/she would have more time to react
  • by Sean Location: Beverly on Jun 1, 2009 at 02:26 PM
    yeah theres no way they were only going 25 when the car was destroyed and it was pushed clear across the street. and i love you Halley.
  • by Withheld Location: Washington County on May 31, 2009 at 06:10 PM
    The car that pulled out in front of the other car was hit so hard that it was knocked down the street and onto the other side of the street. The entire driver's side was pushed in to almost the middle of the car. Hard to believe that the driver of the car that wasn't cited was only going 25 mph.
  • by Halley Location: Gallipolis on May 31, 2009 at 05:52 PM
    The 17-year-old boy would be my boyfriend, :D I'm glad everyones okay..
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