Two Findlay people were hurt in a traffic collision at the Main Street-Melrose Avenue intersection at 11:44 a.m. Monday, Findlay police reported.
Melissa Hanneman, 35, and John Crates, 57, were taken to Blanchard Valley Hospital by Hanco EMS, but information on their condition was not available from the hospital on Tuesday.
Hanneman was driving a car east on Melrose Avenue, with Crates as her passenger, when they collided with a westbound motorist who was trying to turn left onto Main Street, Officer Aaron Flechtner said. The driver of the westbound car was Brandi Eddington, 28, of Findlay, and she was not injured.
Flechtner said no one was charged in the collision. Both cars sustained heavy damage.