VIDEO: Vehicle goes down ravine near Milan

About 100 feet of guard rail was knocked down in the accident.
Joe Centers
Jan 16, 2013


A woman lost control of her 2004 Chevy TrailBlazer in the southbound lanes of U.S. 250 just before the Ohio 113 west intersection near Milan this morning and the vehicle went down a ravine, taking out about 100 feet of guard rail in the process.

The driver, Ashley Swain, 23, of Sandusky, did not appear to have serious injuries. Paramedics transported her to Fisher-Titus Medical Center.

(NOTE - To see pictures of the accident scene, click HERE.)

Look for more information about the accident in the Reflector.



Wonder if texting is involved?


really. how does that even happen right there?


Are you sure it wasn't Swain instead of Swail?

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Very thankful to hear the young woman appears to be ok!


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I hope she is alright! And if a cellphone was involved I hope she learned to keep her eyes on the road and hands on the wheel. There is a good reason I'm sure she lost control. There are many things that could be factors! The important thing is the girl is alive!

jack langhals

So much for guard rail !


There was no cell phone involved. She hit black ice, and lost control. She has some broken bones but will survive, the truck will not.She is my daughter. She was on her way to school in Norwalk.


Good thoughts to your daughter and you Just.

hit the road jack

And here I thought if you had a SUV you could go anywhere and go as fast as you want,boy,what a disapointment!