Crews cut man out of car after crash in Clark County

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LAWRENCEVILLE, Ohio (WDTN) — Crews cut a man out of a car after a two-vehicle crash in Clark County Wednesday morning.

The crash happened in the 3000 block of Troy Road in Lawrenceville, near the Marathon gas station around 6:10 a.m.

Authorities say the man in the car was driving on Troy Road when tried to turn into the gas station. He reportedly turned in front of an SUV. The man swerved but hit the SUV.

The SUV suffered heavy front-end damage. The car ended up in a nearby tree line.

Crews had to cut the man out of the car due to damage to the vehicle. He wasn’t injured.

The woman driving the SUV also escaped injury.

Authorities believe both drivers were wearing their seatbelts.

The eastbound lane of Troy Road was blocked due to the crash. Authorities were directing traffic, allowing vehicles in both lanes to get by.

The Ohio State Highway Patrol and Clark County Sheriff’s Office worked the scene of the crash.

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