MILFORD — Ashley E. Pulley, 35, CR 925E, Pierceton, was taken to Kosciusko Community Hospital following a two-vehicle collision on North Higbee Street, north of West Syracuse Street, Monday, Sept. 13. The collision was at 9:19 a.m. Pulley complained of pain to the hip/upper leg.
Pulley was stopped, northbound, in her 2007 Chevrolet Suburban waiting to turn left into Milford Animal Clinic, when her vehicle was struck from behind. Pulley’s vehicle was struck by another northbound vehicle, a 2003 Honda Odyssey, driven by Kyle J. Gilson, 30, CR 100S, Warsaw.
Gilson told police he was northbound and did not see any brake lights or flashing lights on the Chevrolet, which caused him to hit the back of the vehicle. Pulley stated she had her left turn signal in operation when the crash occurred.
Gilson was checked by Lutheran EMS for a small laceration on his wrist and knee. Pulley, who originally stated she was not injured, started to complain of hip pain after the shock of the accident subsided. She was then transported to the hospital.
Damage was estimated up to $25,000.
Milford Police, Milford Fire, Lutheran EMS and Kosciusko County Sheriff’s Office responded.