Mary Huelsman Obituary, Death- According to a press statement that was issued by the Ohio State Highway Patrol, two persons lost their lives as a result of a terrible car accident that took place on Saturday evening in Warren County.
The collision included two vehicles. The terrible event occurred late on a Saturday night. On Ohio 48, around 11:30 p.m., Mary Huelsman, who was 57 years old at the time, was driving a Kia Telluride in the southbound lane when it was involved in a collision with a Chevrolet Malibu that was traveling in the westbound lane. Both vehicles were traveling in the same direction. The officials from the patrol have stated that the collision took place as a result of the Kia Telluride and the Chevrolet Malibu coming into contact with one another. Both vehicles left the roadway on the right shoulder and collided with a utility pole after going off the pavement.
According to Sgt. Matthew Beccaccio of the Cincinnati Enquirer, the blaze that started in Malibu ultimately resulted in the deaths of both of the passengers who were traveling in the vehicle at the time. Both of their bodies were found inside the burning vehicle. Because of the extent of the burns that were inflicted, it was difficult to determine who the remains belonged to.
According to Boccaccio, at this time in the investigation, it is unknown which of the drivers was at fault for failing to yield to a traffic light at the crossing. He noted that this is because there is no clear evidence linking either driver to the incident. She mentioned that the inquiry is still in its preliminary phases at this point. On the other hand, it was found out that one of the drivers did not adhere to the standards that were set forth by the light. At this point, the investigation into the factors that contributed to the crash is still ongoing.