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Thursday, October 25, 2012

Friends Say 2011 Otto-Eldred Graduate Is Victim Of Fatal Crash



Friends of the unidentified female victim of this horrific crash are reporting that the woman killed in this crash is a 2011 Otto-Eldred High School graduate. Police Thursday evening identified her as Kelsey Stahli, 20, of St. Marys, PA.

Two people killed, two badly hurt in Clover Twp. accident
Courier Express
Thursday, October 25, 2012

Two people were killed and two others seriously injured in a violent one-car accident Wednesday evening in Clover Township, Jefferson County.

Punxsutawney-based state police say Tyrell F. Ott, 26, St. Marys, was driving a 2008 Mitsubishi Eclipse south on Route 28 east of Johns Hill Road around 4:40 p.m. when the vehicle went across the northbound lane as it was climbing a grade. The vehicle went onto the berm and continued along the grass-covered side of the road for 92 feet before hitting a large tree. It continued for another 28 feet and hit another tree, then spun around and came to rest in the northbound lane and caught fire.

Ott and an unidentified female passenger in the left rear seat were pronounced dead at the scene by Coroner Bernard P. Snyder.

Christina M. Karnes, 24, St. Marys, a passenger in the front seat, was thrown from the vehicle. She was flown to UPMC Mercy Hospital in Pittsburgh.

Devin E. Mertz, 24, St. Marys, a passenger in the right rear seat, was flown to UPMC Presbyterian in Pittsburgh.

Police said Ott was wearing a seatbelt; his passengers were not.

Police, whose investigation contines, were assisted by Jefferson County Emergency Medical Services, the Summerville Fire Department and McPherson Towing.

1 comment :

Anonymous said...

Such a tragedy. Sympathy's to all familys involved. May the victims R.I.P.