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Alcohol suspected as factor in crash that hospitalized Brian Hartline


Deputy-worn video released following Hartline crash
Deputy-worn video released following Hartline crash
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Alcohol is suspected to have played a role in the crash that put Ohio State University offensive coordinator Brian Hartline in the hospital early Sunday morning.

The Delaware County Sheriff's Office said a call about a single-vehicle crash came in around 1:20 a.m.

A side-by-side (SxS) vehicle rolled over on Hartline's property. The Delaware County Sheriff's Office confirmed that Hartline was driving the vehicle at the time of the crash.

The DCSO on Monday afternoon released a short video from the body-worn camera on the first deputy to arrive at the scene. Watch below:

Hartline and one other man were injured in the crash. Both were taken to Riverside Hospital for treatment.

His condition was described as stable, and as of Monday he has been released and is home.

On Sunday, Hartline tweeted an update from the hospital:

The investigation into this incident is ongoing, the Delaware County Sheriff said.

The Ohio State Department of Athletics released the following statement,

"Ohio State assistant football coach Brian Hartline and a friend, unaffiliated with Ohio State, were transported to Riverside Hospital early this morning with non-life threatening injuries sustained in an ATV accident on his property. According to Hartline, he is hoping to be released from the hospital later this evening."

ABC 6/FOX 28 obtained a copy of the incident report, which indicates Hartline may have been drinking at the time of the incident.

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