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Police investigate two separate crashes in Hancock County

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Hancock County, Ohio (WTVG) - Investigators in Hancock County are looking into what caused two separate crashes early Sunday morning.

Both accidents happened around 3:00am.

One was on the East Side of Findlay along US 224.

Deputies tell us a car hit a pole and one person went to the hospital.

State Highway patrol is investigating the other crash on County Road 139

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