Salem men injured in separate accidents
SALEM -- Two elderly men were injured in two separate traffic accidents that occurred in the city this week.
Norman Pim, 85, of 1101 E. 10th St., Salem, was hurt about 3:06 p.m. Thursday when the bicycle he was riding was struck by a car driven by Nathaniel Wolford, 16, of 2246 N. Lincoln Ave., Salem, police said.
Wolford was driving east on 10th Street when he failed to stop for a stop sign, entered the intersection and hit Pim, who was riding on Highland Avenue, police said.
Pim was taken to Salem Community Hospital and then to St. Elizabeth Health Center in Youngstown, where he was in stable condition this morning.
Wolford was cited for a stop sign violation.
Donald Bailey, 90, of 1978 Monroe St., Salem, was injured while he rode a three-wheeled motorized scooter near Oak Street and Park Avenue on Wednesday afternoon.
Police said Kenneth Robison, 33, of 12205 Goshen Road, Salem, entered the intersection and struck Bailey's scooter.
Robison said he stopped first at the intersection and then proceeded, not seeing Bailey until he hit him.
No charge has been filed.
Bailey was taken to Salem Community Hospital, then to Akron General Hospital, where he was in serious condition this morning.