U.S. 62 Reopened In Licking County After 2-Vehicle Crash - NBC4: Columbus, Ohio News, Weather, and Sports (WCMH-TV)

U.S. 62 Reopened In Licking County After 2-Vehicle Crash

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LICKING COUNTY, Ohio -

Two adults and two children were injured in a two-vehicle rollover crash in Licking County Monday afternoon.

According to the Licking County Sheriff's office, emergency crews responded to the 3100 block of U.S. 62 (Johnstown-Utica Road) on the report of a vehicle crash at about 3:35 p.m.

Deputies say a red Subaru, driven by 18-year-old Ethan McNabb, of Johnstown, was traveling eastbound on U.S. 62 when it drifted into on-coming traffic, striking a blue Infinity, driven by Shaun Spence.

Deputies say the impact of the two vehicles caused the Subaru to flip and roll over, and the Infinity to spin to a stop. 

McNabb was transported to Grant Medical Center to be treated. It is unclear what his condition was at the time of transport.

Spence was transported to an area hospital to be treated.

A 9-year-old, and a 6-year-old, who were passengers in Spence's vehicle, were transported to Nationwide Children's Hospital to be treated for injuries sustained in the crash. One of the children was reported to be in serious condition, according to deputies.

U.S. 62 in Licking County was closed near Marion Road NW during the crash investigation. The roadway was closed for about three hours while crews worked to clean the crash.

Deputies say alcohol, drugs, and speed are not considered factors in the crash, but the crash remains under investigation.

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