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Sheriff: Drugs believed to be factor in head-on Harrison crash

AirCare responded to a report of a head-on crash in Harrison early Wednesday. (FOX19 NOW/Adam Schrand) AirCare responded to a report of a head-on crash in Harrison early Wednesday. (FOX19 NOW/Adam Schrand)
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HARRISON, OH (FOX19) -

Drugs are believed to be a factor in a head-on crash early Wednesday in Harrison, according to Hamilton County Sheriff Jim Neil.

Air Care responded to the crash on Campbell Road between West Road and Industrial Drive at around 6:22 a.m.

Sheriff Neil reports a Dodge Durango operated by Terri Bates, 36, of Cleves, was traveling westbound in the 10900 block of Campbell Road. As she traveled through a right curve, Bates allowed her vehicle to travel left of center into the eastbound lane and struck a Ford Focus head-on being operated by Frances Quick, 69, of Harrison.

Quick was flown by Air Care to University of Cincinnati Hospital.

Bates was transported to Mercy West Hospital by the Bright Fire Department.

Both are being treated for non life-threatening injuries, according to Neil.

Quick and Bates were wearing seatbelts at the time of the crash.

The crash remains under investigation.

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