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Eighteen-year-old Jacob Daniels can barely wipe the smile off his face, in anticipation of his Senior Prom Friday night. His mother Lori helps him try on his tuxedo as he talks about the dream girl he'll be arm in arm with. More >>
It's starting to feel like spring so you might be thinking about some home improvement plans. You're going to want to head to the PRO Home Improvement and Garden Show.More >>
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CLAY TOWNSHIP, OH (Toledo News Now) -
The Ottawa County Sheriff has confirmed a two-vehicle fatal crash on Woodville Road near State Route 163.
The Ohio State Highway Patrol says a truck driven by 54-year-old Russell Warnke of Northwood went left of center after Warnke suffered an undisclosed medical problem. The truck smashed into a car head-on around 1 p.m. The driver of the car, 32-year-old Jacob Thompson of Toledo, was thrown from the vehicle and died at the scene.
Two people inside the truck were injured: Warnke sustained incapacitating injuries and was transported by medical helicopter to the hospital. Warnke's passenger, 53-year-old Wanda Warnke of Northwood, was transported to the hospital via ambulance with serious injuries.
"Not really much you can really do to avoid a crash. You can be the most astute driver paying attention to what's going on. When a vehicle goes left of center, it's kind of hard to avoid at times," said Sgt. Eric Short. "Wrong place at the wrong time, unfortunately."
Officials say alcohol was not a factor in the crash, but none of the people involved were wearing seatbelts.
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