An Ohio State Highway Patrol officer was killed on Thursday night when the vehicle he was driving crashed on County Road 95 just west of Carey, Ohio in Wyandot County.
According to a patrol public affairs officer, 25-year-old Andrew Baldridge was driving with his field training officer, 33-year-old Mark McLoughlin. The two were heading out to assist a Wyandot County sheriff call.
Officials said that on the way to the call, the vehicle went off the side of the road and rolled several times.
Patrol officials said that Baldridge and McLoughlin were both taken by medical helicopter to area hospitals. Baldridge was pronounced dead at the hospital. McLoughlin was listed in fair condition.
According to State Patrol, Baldridge was a recent graduate of their 149th class, which had just graduated in December. Baldrdige worked out of the Bucyrus State Highway Patrol Post.
The accident remains under investigation. The Ohio State Highway Patrol expects to release more information on Friday.