Man gets run over by monster truck during event

MARION, OH – A safety worker was run over by a monster truck during an event at the Marion County Fairgrounds Coliseum in Ohio this past weekend. Bearing witness to this horrific scene of a 56-year-old man under a monster truck led to a distress call at around 8 p.m. last Sunday to the first responders.

Officers from both the Marion City Fire Department and the Marion County Sheriff’s Office were dispatched to the accident site. The injured safety worker was initially transported to Marion General Hospital, only to be flown out later to Grant Medical Center in Columbus. However, there has been no word regarding the condition of the injured man.

The Marion County Sheriff’s Office has launched an investigation into the incident. They assured in their statement that they will disclose further details when they surface.

The Monster Truck Wars event, self-described as “America’s wildest monster truck show,” was in progress at the fairgrounds on this unfortunate day. The show enjoys a national presence, offering live entertainment featuring monster trucks, mud racing, and truck/tractor pulling. With over six decades of experience in event production and promotion, the company promises an impressive customer experience and interaction.

Monster truck events have lately been gaining popularity. One such recent event was the Monster Jam hosted at the PPG Paints Arena in Pittsburgh. This event boasts some of the best drivers globally who put their skills to the test, maneuvering their 12,000-pound monster trucks for speed and precision challenges.