One-car crash in Blanchester


Blanchester Police charged a Batavia woman with failure to maintain reasonable control of a vehicle after they say around 1 a.m. Sunday she crashed her 1998 Ford sedan into a street lamp when she “became distracted by something on the passenger floorboard of her car” according to Police Chief Scott Reinbolt. The accident involving Nicole Moon, 25, was in the 100 block of East Main Street. The airbag in the vehicle deployed and Moon was not injured, police said. She will answer the citation in the Clinton County Municipal Court. Electric crews from the Blanchester Board of Public Affairs were at the scene this morning righting the lamp pole.


Blanchester PD

Blanchester Police charged a Batavia woman with failure to maintain reasonable control of a vehicle after they say around 1 a.m. Sunday she crashed her 1998 Ford sedan into a street lamp when she “became distracted by something on the passenger floorboard of her car” according to Police Chief Scott Reinbolt. The accident involving Nicole Moon, 25, was in the 100 block of East Main Street. The airbag in the vehicle deployed and Moon was not injured, police said. She will answer the citation in the Clinton County Municipal Court. Electric crews from the Blanchester Board of Public Affairs were at the scene this morning righting the lamp pole.

Blanchester Police charged a Batavia woman with failure to maintain reasonable control of a vehicle after they say around 1 a.m. Sunday she crashed her 1998 Ford sedan into a street lamp when she “became distracted by something on the passenger floorboard of her car” according to Police Chief Scott Reinbolt. The accident involving Nicole Moon, 25, was in the 100 block of East Main Street. The airbag in the vehicle deployed and Moon was not injured, police said. She will answer the citation in the Clinton County Municipal Court. Electric crews from the Blanchester Board of Public Affairs were at the scene this morning righting the lamp pole.
http://wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/06/web1_P1000011.jpgBlanchester Police charged a Batavia woman with failure to maintain reasonable control of a vehicle after they say around 1 a.m. Sunday she crashed her 1998 Ford sedan into a street lamp when she “became distracted by something on the passenger floorboard of her car” according to Police Chief Scott Reinbolt. The accident involving Nicole Moon, 25, was in the 100 block of East Main Street. The airbag in the vehicle deployed and Moon was not injured, police said. She will answer the citation in the Clinton County Municipal Court. Electric crews from the Blanchester Board of Public Affairs were at the scene this morning righting the lamp pole. Blanchester PD
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