Michael Barch Death – A collision involving two vehicles that took place in Warren County on Saturday evening resulted in the deaths of two people, according to the Ohio State Highway Patrol. The collision took place at approximately 11:36 p.m. on State Route 48 in Clearcreek Township, at the intersection of East Lytle Five Points Road.
During the course of the investigation, Mary Huelsman, 57, was driving a 2022 Kia Telluride northbound on SR 48 when, according to OHSP, she collided with a 2016 Chevrolet Malibu that was headed westbound on Lytle Five Points Road. According to the troopers that responded to the scene, both vehicles left the right side of the roadway and collided with a wooden utility pole.
According to the troopers, Huelsman was transported to Kettering Health with injuries that were not considered to be life-threatening. According to the state police officers that responded to the scene, both occupants of the Chevrolet were pronounced deceased at the spot. One of the victims was identified as Michael Barch. The identity of the other victim has not been released.
It is now unknown whether or not alcohol or drugs played a role in the accident.
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An accident involving a single vehicle that occurred on Monday afternoon resulted in the death of a man, and the Ohio State Highway Patrol is looking into the incident. At approximately 12:39 in the afternoon, the collision took place on State Route 48 close to State Route 73. According to the findings of the preliminary inquiry, Dario Tompkins, 66 years old, of Cleveland Heights, was operating a Jeep Grand Cherokee from 2015.
On State Route 48, Tompkins was heading in the southbound direction. He went off the right side of the lane, collided with a driveway culvert, and then lost control of the vehicle. Tompkins was taken to the Atrium Medical Center, where the staff there confirmed that he had passed away. During the event, both the Clear Creek Township Police Department as well as the Clear Creek Township EMS and Fire Department assisted with providing help.
The Ohio State Highway Patrol Lebanon Post is continuing its investigation into the crash at this time.
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