Triangle night club damaged in rollover accident


By Jim Comer - For The Daily Advocate



A red Chevy S10 reportedly left the right side of the roadway, causing it to roll at least once before coming to rest just inches from the Triangle night club.

A red Chevy S10 reportedly left the right side of the roadway, causing it to roll at least once before coming to rest just inches from the Triangle night club.


Jim Comer | For The Daily Advocate

A red Chevy S10 reportedly left the right side of the roadway, causing it to roll at least once before coming to rest just inches from the Triangle night club.


Jim Comer | For The Daily Advocate

A red Chevy S10 reportedly left the right side of the roadway, causing it to roll at least once before coming to rest just inches from the Triangle night club.


Jim Comer | For The Daily Advocate

GREENVILLE – An early morning Thanksgiving Day accident caused minor damage to the Triangle when a vehicle rolled and came to rest only after tearing down multiple supports at the front entry of the building.

At approximately 4 a.m., emergency personnel from Greenville Township Fire and Rescue along with deputies from the Darke County Sheriff’s Department were dispatched to the 4000 block of State Route 502 in regards to a rollover accident with possible injuries.

According to the Darke County Sheriff’s Department, a red Chevy S10 was westbound on State Route 502 when the vehicle left the right side of the roadway, causing it to roll at least once before coming to rest just inches from the business located at 4035 State Route 502.

The driver of the vehicle, who was discovered a short time after the accident occurred at 204 Fort Recovery Road, was examined by Greenville Township Rescue before refusing further treatment and transport to the hospital.

Damage to the Triangle was described as being minor with at least six pillars to the front entrance being torn down when the vehicle rolled through the area. No structural damage to the building was noted as a result of the incident.

The cause of the accident is unknown at this time, however, the accident will remain under investigation by the Darke County Sheriff’s Department.

A red Chevy S10 reportedly left the right side of the roadway, causing it to roll at least once before coming to rest just inches from the Triangle night club.
https://www.dailyadvocate.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/34/2018/11/web1_WEB-057-2-.jpgA red Chevy S10 reportedly left the right side of the roadway, causing it to roll at least once before coming to rest just inches from the Triangle night club. Jim Comer | For The Daily Advocate

A red Chevy S10 reportedly left the right side of the roadway, causing it to roll at least once before coming to rest just inches from the Triangle night club.
https://www.dailyadvocate.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/34/2018/11/web1_WEB-043-2-.jpgA red Chevy S10 reportedly left the right side of the roadway, causing it to roll at least once before coming to rest just inches from the Triangle night club. Jim Comer | For The Daily Advocate

A red Chevy S10 reportedly left the right side of the roadway, causing it to roll at least once before coming to rest just inches from the Triangle night club.
https://www.dailyadvocate.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/34/2018/11/web1_WEB-052-2-1-1.jpgA red Chevy S10 reportedly left the right side of the roadway, causing it to roll at least once before coming to rest just inches from the Triangle night club. Jim Comer | For The Daily Advocate

By Jim Comer

For The Daily Advocate