November 26, 2014


Trooper slightly injured in two-vehicle crash

EATON TWP. — A trooper with the Elyria post of the Ohio Highway Patrol was briefly hospitalized after his cruiser and another vehicle collided at state Routes 82 and 83 on Friday evening.

Trooper Jeff Boris, 28, was responding to a call of an unresponsive motorist about 7:15 p.m. and driving eastbound on state Route 82 with his lights and sirens operating, according to a release from the patrol.

A 2012 Honda traveling northbound being driven by Lauren Heeman, 21, of Avon, struck the cruiser in the intersection, the patrol said.

Boris was taken to University Hospitals Elyria Medical Center where he was treated and released. Heeman was uninjured in the crash.

Both drivers were wearing seatbelts and both vehicles were towed from the scene.

The patrol is investigating the crash.

  • Otter

    First rule of driving…Don’t hit the cruiser.

    • Lisa McNatt

      I get paid over $97 per hour working from home with 3 kids at home. I never thought I’d be able to do it but my best friend earns over 10k a month doing this and she convinced me to try. The potential with this is endless. Heres what I’ve been doingThis is what I do ~~~~~~~~~~~













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  • John Davidson

    Be interesting to see who did not stop at the light and who gets a ticket.

    • Pete Veliconia

      Or if the officer was on his cell phone

      • MrRespect

        Or if his “dashcam” was on!

      • Tom Dean

        Yeh, this is real funny, Stupid comment! ! Breaking the “slow down n Move over Law” is a first degree Misdemeanor, go too jail for 1 to 6 month’and a fine! There is nothing funny about an Officer falling in the Line of Duty !

        • stillsleepyeyes

          wow, wrong side of the bed this morning…………i don’t see where any one said it was funny nor the law you quoted to play into this scenario. he was east bound and she was north bound………one probably didn’t see the other…….