December 9, 2008
Many questions remain following a Columbus auto accident, reports the Columbus Dispatch. Police are trying to confirm who was driving the vehicle that caused the Ohio auto accident.
According to police, a Ford Thunderbird was headed west on Morse Road when it crossed the center line, clipped another vehicle, and then crashed head on into a BMW.
The driver of the BMW died at Ohio State University Medical Center following the Columbus auto accident. A female passenger in the Thunderbird also died at a hospital following the Columbus car accident.
An initial report said that the driver of the Thunderbird was a young man. He was charged with speeding and driving without a license. He later said it was his father that had been driving the vehicle. This Columbus auto accident is still under investigation.
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