Cincinnati police say a three-vehicle accident along Columbia Parkway Thursday morning was caused by a man who failed to stop.
The accident occurred at 1729 Columbia Parkway near Kemper Lane around 9:38 a.m.
Police say Andrew Neidert, 85, of Fort Wright, was operating a vehicle eastbound on Columbia Parkway, failed to stop and struck another eastbound vehicle which was stopped at a red light.
After the impact with the first vehicle, that car struck another vehicle which was stopped at the red light, according to police.
Neidert was transported to University Hospital where he is listed in serious condition. Investigators say he was not wearing his seat belt.
Mark Donoghue, 39, of Norwood, was in the first eastbound vehicle that was struck from behind by Neidert's car. He was wearing his seat belt and was treated at the scene.
The driver of the second vehicle that was struck, James Stroup, 52, of Colerain Township, was struck in the rear by Donoghue's vehicle. He was wearing a seat belt and was also treated at the scene.
The crash shut down the roadway for over two hours.
No charges have been filed at this point. The accident remains under investigation.
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