PARKERSBURG - A vehicle landed on its top in the 700 block of Camden Avenue just before 3:30 p.m. Wednesday.
Parkersburg police and fire units responded to 709 Camden Ave. for a single-vehicle accident resulting in a vehicle flipping over.
Ronald Hopkins, 37, of Parkersburg was traveling eastbound in a Ford Mustang on Camden Avenue when he struck a utility trailer along the side of the road and his vehicle flipped over, said Sgt. Matt Board with the Parkersburg Police Department.
Photo by Jeff Baughan
Members of the Parkersburg Fire Department clean up wreckage from an overturned Ford Mustang, which flipped on its top Wednesday afternoon while traveling on Camden Avenue.
Hopkins was cited for driving under the influence, driving on a suspended license, failure to maintain control of his vehicle and possession of less than 15 grams of marijuana, police said.
He was transported to Camden Clark Medical Center with non-life threatening injuries, officials said.
Hopkins was treated and released from CCMC Wednesday night, according to a hospital official.
The roadway was closed for less than an hour during the incident, and traffic was rerouted around the accident during that time.
The name of the trailer's owner and a damage estimate were unavailable.