2 children flown, 1 other driven to hospital after crash on SR 734 in Jamestown

JAMESTOWN — UPDATE: October 4 @ 8:30 a.m.

Three people, including two children, were taken to the hospital after a crash is Jamestown Monday.

Fire and rescue crews responded to the scene of a reported vehicle crash with entrapment in the 6900 block of state Route 734. The crash was reported about 4:30 p.m. as a vehicle that hit a tree.

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At least one person, a child, was reportedly trapped in the vehicle’s back seat, according to Greene County Sheriff’s dispatch. A subsequent broadcast indicated the person trapped had been removed from the vehicle.

The Ohio State Highway Patrol confirmed that two children were flown by medical helicopter to Dayton Children’s Hospital. The extent of their injuries were not known.

The driver of the vehicle involved was driven to Miami Valley Hospital Jamestown, according to OSP.

We will update this developing report as more information becomes available.