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Hubbard man injured when SUV flips over

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HUBBARD TOWNSHIP, Ohio - The Ohio State Highway Patrol is investigating a one vehicle injury crash involving an overturned SUV.

A report issued by the patrol says that the 74-year-old James Pinchot of Hubbard was driving the SUV that went off State Route 7 at 11:30 a.m. on Saturday.

The SUV struck a driveway culvert, trapping Pinchot inside.

After being rescued by the Hubbard Fire Department, Pinchot was taken to St. Elizabeth Hospital in Youngstown for treatment of moderate injuries.

The crash remains under investigation at this time by OSHP Warren. 

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