Tuesday, September 10, 2002

Wrong-way car on I-275 wreaks havoc




The Cincinnati Enquirer

        UNION TOWNSHIP - A 21-year-old Cincinnati woman is in fair condition at University Hospital after driving the wrong way on I-275 Sunday night and hitting another car head-on, causing an eight-car pileup that sent two other people to the hospital, the Ohio State Highway Patrol said.

        Jennifer L. Carter drove a 2001 Acura south in the northbound lanes for 12 miles - running at least two other cars off the road in the process - before the 8 p.m. crash just south of Ohio 125.

        Ms. Carter hit a Nissan Maxima driven by David L. Beiswanger, 32, of Batavia, who was in good condition at University on Monday.

        Debris from the impact hit three other cars. Ms. Carter's Acura then hit three more cars before stopping.

       



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