Jason Traggiai Death – Jason Traggiai of Parkman, Ohio has sadly passed away, he was 52 years old. Jason was said to have been involved in a tractor accident in in Geauga County where he suffered severe injury and was later pronounced dead. His loved ones are mourning the news of his passing. Jason Traggiai was married Becca Traggiai. According to Kathy Melega of Garrettsville, Ohio, he was a truly GOOD person. He will be missed by their parish, St Ed’s and Lucy, their community, and all those that had the pleasure to know Jason. “Heaven gained an angel to watch over you. Bill and I love you, and we are praying for you and your family. We are heartbroken”, he wrote.
Jason Traggiai Obituary and funeral plans will be released by the family…
RELATED ARTICLE: Five dead following tractor-trailer crash in Geauga County
The collision between a tractor-trailer and a van in Newbury Township on Monday morning resulted in the deaths of five persons, according to the authorities. According to a news release issued by the State Highway Patrol Sergeant Ray Santiago, the collision took place on State Route 44 south of Perkins Road at 11 in the morning. According to the announcement, a commercial tractor-trailer with a flat bed collided with a Ford Econoline van while it had a driver and six other people inside.
According to the press release, the driver of the van as well as four of the passengers were pronounced deceased at the scene of the accident. Two further passengers were taken by ambulance to local hospitals where they are being treated for life-threatening injuries. According to the announcement, the driver of the semi was the only person in the vehicle when it crashed, and he is currently being treated for injuries that are not considered to be life-threatening.
According to the announcement, the fact that both vehicles’ front ends were damaged when the troopers arrived led them to conclude that the vehicles had hit head-on. The closure of State Route 44 will continue while state troopers investigate the cause of the incident and clean up the debris that was left behind.
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