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Van crashes into Culver area barn

February 18, 2011

ByDelilah Bingle, Correspondent
CULVER — A Plymouth woman was airlifted Tues-day after driving into a barn.
The Culver-Union Town-ship Fire and EMS were called to the scene at 15034 S.R. 17, on the north side of Burr Oak.
Connie Goad, 45, was eastbound on 15th Road, and as she approached S.R. 17, police said she was driving faster than the speed limit and became airborne — traveling about 30 feet before striking a concrete embankment. She then traveled another 50 feet in the air before crashing through a barn on the Overmyer Homestead.
Police said Goad told them she was in a hurry to get to work but didn’t remember much about the crash.
Goad was conscious but was trapped and had to be extricated from the vehicle. She was airlifted because of the unknown extent of her injuries.
Police said drugs or alcohol did not seem to be a factor in the crash.

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