Toledo mayor unresponsive after coronary episode, car crash
TOLEDO, Ohio (AP) - A high-ranking city official says the mayor of Toledo is unresponsive while being treated at a hospital after suffering an apparent coronary episode and crashing his car into a utility pole.
Seventy-year-old D. Michael Collins was hospitalized Sunday afternoon after emergency personnel had to break a window to extract him from his car after he lost control and crashed. The Toledo Blade is reporting that city executive officer Lisa Ward said Collins was unresponsive while undergoing treatment.
Collins arrived at the University of Toledo Medical Center around 2:30 p.m.
Collins is a retired Toledo police officer and a former city councilman. He became mayor in January 2014.