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Two People Killed In Huron County Accident

Story By: Larry Stine

 

 

 
 
 
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  Original Published: 2/3/2013

Two Huron County residents died in a two-vehicle collision shortly after 2:15 p.m. Saturday on Ohio 162, just west of Town Line Road 79, west of New London.

Rodney Williams, 69 and Betty Williams, 66, both of North Fairfield, died in the accident.

They were passengers in a pickup truck driven by Karlie Conaway, 15, of Greenwich.

The Nortalk post of the Ohio State Highway Patrol says Conaway's pickup was westbound, on Ohio 162, traveled left of center and was struck by an eastbound pickup truck driven by Troy Green, 40, of New London.

Both pickup trucks traveled off the south side of Ohio 162 and came to rest.

All occupants were trapped in their pickup trucks and were extracted by rescue personnel from the New London Fire Department.

Green was wearing a safety belt but received serious injuries and was taken to Fisher Titus Hospital in Norwalk.

Conaway also was wearing a seat belt but suffered serious injuries and was taken to Fisher Titus Hospital.

No charges have been filed and the accident remains under investigation.

Assistance at the scene was provided by the New London Fire Department, New London EMS, New London Police Department, the Ohio Department of Transportation, Jensen's Towing and A&M Towing.

   
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