CARROLL TOWNSHIP -- Two teenagers were flown from the scene of a crash after they ran a stop sign in Ottawa County Friday afternoon.
According to the State Highway Patrol, Tiffany R. Klosinski, 19, of Toledo was driving a 2001 Pontiac Grand Am eastbound on Duff-Washa Road about 5:30 p.m. and didn't stop for a stop sign at state Route 19.
She was struck by a 2010 Chevrolet Equinox driven by Jane K. Shock of Defiance. Shock was taken to Magruder Hospital in Port Clinton.
Klosinski and her passenger, Stephanie J. Klosinski, also 19, of Toledo were taken from the scene by helicopter to Mercy St. Vincent Medical Center in Toledo.
Stephanie Klosinski was listed in fair condition late Friday night, and a nursing supervisor said Tiffany Klosinski was not listed as a patient. Shock's condition was not available.
The crash remains under investigation, but the Highway Patrol does not believe alcohol or drugs were a factor.
The patrol was assisted at the scene by the Ottawa County Sheriff's Department, the Carroll Township Police Department, the Ohio Department of Transportation, Carroll Township Fire and EMS, Pat and Sons Towing, Terry's Towing, Mid-County EMS, ProMedica Health Systems and St. Vincent Life Flight.