GREEN TOWNSHIP, Ohio -- One person was killed Monday morning in a three-vehicle crash at a busy West Side intersection.
Teresa Scholl, 51, was headed north on Glenway Avenue, waiting to make a left onto Bridgetown Road at about 11:20 a.m., according to a news release from the Hamilton County Sheriff's Office.
At the same time, Ronald Chaille, 71, blew a red light as he drove east on Bridgetown, the sheriff's office said. Laura Bolt, 50, hit Chaille's pickup truck as she drove south through the intersection from Race Road onto Glenway, the sheriff's office said.
Chaille's truck then hit the left side of Scholl's car, the sheriff's office said. Both the pickup and Scholl's car went off the southeast corner of the intersection; Chaille's truck ended up against a utility pole, and Scholl's car was in the grass.
Scholl was pronounced dead at the scene, the sheriff's office said. Chaille was taken to University of Cincinnati Medical Center, though his injuries weren't considered life-threatening. Bolt refused medical treatment.
All three were wearing seat belts, the sheriff's office said, and it doesn't appear alcohol or drugs were factors in the crash.