2 seriously injured after crash in Clark County

BETHEL TOWNSHIP — Multiple people were injured after a crash in Clark County Saturday afternoon.

Troopers were called to respond to a three-car crash around 12:30 p.m. on U.S. 40 near Gordon Road, according to a spokesperson for the Ohio State Highway Patrol.

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Preliminary investigation revealed a 2023 Toyota Camry, driven by Douglas Knisley, 82, of Springfield, was traveling east on U.S. 40.

The Camry traveled off the right side of the road and hit a parked vehicle on the shoulder, a 1992 Honda Accord, occupied by Alex Dobbins, 67, of Fairborn.

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The impact from the Camry caused the Accord to move forward and hit a pedestrian, identified as Terry Long, 66, of Urbana, and his vehicle, a 1991 Chevrolet GMT-400, that was also parked on the right shoulder.

Long was removing a mobility scooter from the bed of his vehicle prior to being struck and pinned between the two vehicles, the spokesperson said.

Both the Accord and GMT-400 were parked on the right shoulder off of U.S. 40 to attend a nearby garage sale, the spokesperson said.

Knisley was transported to Mercy Health - Springfield Regional Medical Center with minor injuries.

Dobbins was transported to Soin Medical Center with serious injuries.

Long was transported by CareFlight with serious injuries to Miami Valley Hospital.

A passenger in Long’s vehicle was not injured in the crash.