HAMILTON, Ohio – A speeding Ford Mustang went off the road and struck a large stone sign, seriously injuring the driver early Wednesday morning, police said.
Aaron Jones' 1998 Mustang hit the sign in the center median at the entrance to Millikin Woods Park, on Washington Blvd., south of Woodview Lane, police said.
The one-car accident happened about 4:50 a.m.
Jones, 20, from Hamilton, had to be extricated by the Hamilton Fire Department and flown by AirCare helicopter to University Hospital Medical Center for surgery.
Jones was the only occupant in the vehicle.
Police said they are still investigating to determine if alcohol or drugs played a part in the accident.
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