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Rollover accident in Fowler sends teen to hospital

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FOWLER TOWNSHIP, Ohio - State troopers say one victim was hospitalized after an accident on State Route 193.

According to the highway patrol, the driver lost control of her Pontiac Sunfire about an eighth of a mile north of Everett Hull Road just after 2:00 p.m. Tuesday.

The car went off the road, struck a car, and  flipped over on its roof, landing partially in a ditch.

The the 18-year-old driver was taken to Saint Elizabeth Medical Center in Youngstown.

Troopers say the victim's injuries are not life threatening.

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