Guard-ing the homefront


Mike Ullery | Daily Call Members of Bravo Battery, 1/134th FA, Ohio National Guard assist in sweeping glass and debris from East Ash Street on Tuesday following a three-vehicle crash in front of the Armory. The soldiers were getting ready for PT when they heard the crash. After checking for injuries they volunteered to help with clean-up, freeing firefighters and police to investigate the crash and re-open East Ash Street.

Mike Ullery | Daily Call Members of Bravo Battery, 1/134th FA, Ohio National Guard assist in sweeping glass and debris from East Ash Street on Tuesday following a three-vehicle crash in front of the Armory. The soldiers were getting ready for PT when they heard the crash. After checking for injuries they volunteered to help with clean-up, freeing firefighters and police to investigate the crash and re-open East Ash Street.


Mike Ullery | Daily Call

Members of Bravo Battery, 1/134th FA, Ohio National Guard assist in sweeping glass and debris from East Ash Street on Tuesday following a three-vehicle crash in front of the Armory. The soldiers were getting ready for PT when they heard the crash. After checking for injuries they volunteered to help with clean-up, freeing firefighters and police to investigate the crash and re-open East Ash Street.

Mike Ullery | Daily Call Members of Bravo Battery, 1/134th FA, Ohio National Guard assist in sweeping glass and debris from East Ash Street on Tuesday following a three-vehicle crash in front of the Armory. The soldiers were getting ready for PT when they heard the crash. After checking for injuries they volunteered to help with clean-up, freeing firefighters and police to investigate the crash and re-open East Ash Street.
https://www.dailycall.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/30/2017/10/web1_101717mju_ong_crashcleanup.jpgMike Ullery | Daily Call Members of Bravo Battery, 1/134th FA, Ohio National Guard assist in sweeping glass and debris from East Ash Street on Tuesday following a three-vehicle crash in front of the Armory. The soldiers were getting ready for PT when they heard the crash. After checking for injuries they volunteered to help with clean-up, freeing firefighters and police to investigate the crash and re-open East Ash Street.