County commissioners approved a resolution earlier this month to enter an agreement with Beavercreek-based Possert Construction Company to do the work.
The building at 711 Dayton Xenia Road has been stabilized, and the wreckage has been cleaned up, but no other work has been done yet to repair the damages, Huddleson said. The crash produced striking visuals of both the truck pushing several feet deep into the building and the hole that was created once it was removed.
No one was injured in the incident. The truck plowed into the the nursing home administrator’s office. The administrator was in the front of the building at the time of the crash.
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Greenewood Manor houses about 50 people, and operations have continued with the damaged section of the building secured. Tarps are serving as a barrier to the weather.
There are no records in Xenia Municipal Court that the driver, 58-year-old Timothy Plemons, of Dayton, was ever cited in the incident.
Plemons suffered injuries and was taken to Greene Memorial Hospital for treatment.
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In the initial report, police said Plemons was driving northwest on a private driveway when he drove off the left side of the road, then off the right side of the road before he hit a tree and the building.