WMFD TV

Search Archive WMFD.com News

www.wmfd.com - Over the past few weeks, five individuals have died in three crashes in the Ashland area. WMFD's Lauren Artino spoke with officials to look at the steps they're taking to make these areas safer. }}" />

   
 
 
Officials Assess Fatal Accidents in Ashland
buy mifepristone misoprostol online redirect
abortion providers website read
medical abortion misoprostol cost of an abortion pill how to get the abortion pill
online read here side effects abortion pill

Story By: Lauren Artino

 

 

 
 
 
  buy mifepristone misoprostol online redirect
abortion providers website read
medical abortion misoprostol cost of an abortion pill how to get the abortion pill
online read here side effects abortion pill
&Body=Thought you would like to seet this from WMFD.com http://www.wmfd.com/newsboard/single.asp?story=61140" target="_blank">Email Story to Friend
   
  Originally Published on: 8/29/2014

Over the past few weeks, five individuals have died in three crashes in the Ashland area. WMFD's Lauren Artino spoke with officials to look at the steps they're taking to make these areas safer.

Representatives from the State Highway Patrol, the Ohio Department of Transportation and local law enforcement met recently to discuss and brainstorm safety measures for U.S. Routes 42 and 30.

Fatal accidents over the past few weeks occurred at the intersections of U.S Route 42 and Ohio 302, U.S. 42 and County Road 995 as well as U.S 30 and County Road 2175.

Lt. Ray Durant of the Ashland Post State Highway Patrol attended the meeting and says many great ideas came from it. Crash reports are still processing, but Lt. Durant pointed out the common denominator in the fatal accidents; the victims weren't wearing a seat-belt.

Christine Myers of ODOT was also in attendance and talked to us about the steps ODOT takes every day to ensure your safety on the roads.

Although these measures won't bring back the lives that were lost, officials hope they can decrease and ultimately prevent fatalities, especially in these high-traffic areas. Officers have many programs in place in our local schools..such as "5 minutes for life" and mock crashes which teach students safe driving techniques.

Young or old, officials want to stress the importance of safe driving.

   
  MORE RECENT NEWS
 
Image1 Mansfield Police have identified the three people shot Sunday in two separate incidents. Full Story
Image1 A Mansfield man is under arrest, accused of possessing child pornography. Full Story
 
Image1 Nursing students at North- Central State College held a health fair Tuesday at the Urban Center in downtown Mansfield. Full Story
Image1 One of Mansfield's biggest attractions is changing its name. Full Story
  MORE NEWS
 

Kingwood Center Changes Name And Address

Man Shot At Johns Park In Mansfield

Fire Breaks Out In Basement Of Former Secretz Bar

More News