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Head-on collision in Hubbard

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HUBBARD TWP., Ohio -

Around 2:45 pm on Friday, there was a head-on collision in Hubbard on Masury Road near Elmwood. 

According to Ohio State Highway Patrol, one car went left to center and hit the other car head on. 

Police say that the driver who swerved was taken to St. Elizabeth hospital with non-life threatening injuries, and the driver who was hit is still in their vehicle but seems to be okay. 

This is a developing story so stay connected to 21 News and download the 21 News app for updates. 

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