Friday, May 10, 2002

Anderson Twp. woman dies in I-275 crash

The Cincinnati Enquirer

        HIGHLAND HEIGHTS — A 22-year-old woman was killed in a two-vehicle crash on eastbound Interstate 275 here during rush hour Wednesday.

        Page Ann Hayden of Anderson Township was on her way home from work Wednesday when her car ran off the eastbound lanes of the interstate into the grassy median, police said.

        Ms. Hayden, the daughter of William Hayden of Nottinghill Lane, apparently over-corrected, then re-entered the roadway and crossed the eastbound lanes.

        The car was struck by an eastbound Dodge Ram pulling an RV, police said.

        The driver of the truck, Louis Runnels, 65, and his passenger, Peggy Runnels, 64, were not injured, police said.

        The 3:25 p.m. crash stalled eastbound traffic for nearly two hours.


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