A portion of U.S. Route 50 in Athens County has reopened after a two-vehicle crash left three people recovering in the hospital Friday night.
The Ohio State Highway Patrol tells NBC4 Bruce L. Doughty, 52, was driving a 2005 Chevy Trailblazer on state Route 329 when he failed to yield to oncoming traffic and struck a 2010 Volkswagon Passat, driven by Pamela S. Simmons, 55.
Medics flew Doughty to Grant Medical Center, in Columbus, for treatment.
Simmons and her passenger, Eric L. Simmons, 56, both of Clarksburg, West Virginia, were flown by Med-Flight to Grant Medical Center for treatment.
State troopers shut down U.S. 50 for 30 minutes during the crash investigation.
No other information was released.