On Sunday night, a young boy lost his life in a single-vehicle I-77 car crash in Summit County. The Ohio State Highway Patrol launches an investigation.
I-77 Car Crash Claims Life of Young Boy
The I-77 car crash occurred on Sunday night around 10:50 p.m., on the northbound lanes of Interstate 77, just south of Ghent Road in Bath Township
The Ohio State Highway Patrol (OSHP) was alerted to the scene and reports indicated that the I-77 car crash involved two juveniles.
According to Fox8, upon arrival at the I-77 car crash scene, one of the occupants had been ejected from the vehicle, a Honda, and sustained severe injuries.
He was swiftly transported to Cleveland Clinic Akron General, but tragically, he was pronounced dead. The other occupant suffered only minor injuries.
According to investigators, the driver of the Honda lost control of the vehicle, colliding with a guardrail on the left side of the highway. The impact caused the car to flip over multiple times before eventually coming to a stop.
Due to the age of the individuals involved in the I-77 car crash, the OSHP has decided not to release their names, as both are under 18. Furthermore, specific details about their ages have not been disclosed at this time.
Ohio State Highway Patrol Investigates I-77 Car Crash
According to a published article, The Ohio State Highway Patrol has launched an investigation into the circumstances surrounding the tragic I-77 car crash.
Authorities are determined to piece together what led to the accident and bring closure to the affected families.
During the course of the investigation of the I-77 car crash, OSP troopers received valuable assistance from the Bath Township Police and Fire Departments, as well as the Richfield Township Fire Department.