MOUNT VERNON — Knox County Sheriff’s Deputy Bill Watson, 67, Centerburg, is doing “pretty well,” according to Sheriff David Barber, who visited him Monday evening at Grant Medical Center. Watson was injured in a collison after a car pulled into the path of his motorcycle Sunday evening on U.S. 36 at Updike Road.
Barber said Watson had surgery to his left arm and fingers. The extent of his left knee injury will be determined after the swelling goes down, Barber said. Watson is expected to be released by the end of the week.
Eric Driscoll, 32, Mount Vernon, is being held for observation at Grant Medical Center after a crash early Saturday morning. Driscoll was injured when he was thrown from his car after it crashed following a 100 mph pursuit on Wooster Road north of Mount Vernon.
A condition report is not available on Will Elliott Jr., 43, of Sunbury. He was injured on Lonzo Lane when a quad-runner he was riding rolled over on him. He was flown to Grant Mediccal Center by MedFlight helicopter, after he was rescued by the Central Ohio Joint Fire Disrict squad.