By Liz Shepherd
WARSAW — A child was taken to an area hospital for neck pain after a three-vehicle accident near Atwood.
At 3:01 p.m. Monday, June 21, Kosciusko County Sheriff’s officers responded to a report of a three-vehicle accident on West US 30, near North CR 800W, Warsaw.
Dustin A. Sloan, 37, Goshen, was driving north on CR 800W in a blue 2018 Ford Fusion. Sloan was crossing the intersection of US 30 and proceeded north across the westbound lanes when he hit a white 2017 Ford SW.
The white Ford, operated by Mark A. Ady, 45, Smithville, Ohio, was traveling west on US 30 when Sloan’s vehicle pulled into his path of travel. Sloan’s vehicle then continued north and hit a silver 2006 Toyota Sienna, which was stopped on CR 800W at a stop sign facing north. The Sienna was driven by Rachelle L. Norman, 33, Etna Green.
Sloan, Ady and Norman all complained of soreness from seat belts and air bags. All three drivers refused treatment at the scene. A passenger in Sloan’s vehicle, Olivia Sloan, 8, Goshen, was taken to Kosciusko Community Hospital for neck pain.
Atwood Fire Department, Etna Township Fire Department and Lutheran EMS assisted at the scene.
Damages are estimated at up to $50,000.