4 Killed in Ohio Crash with Wrong Way Driver
BOWLING GREEN, Ohio (AP) - A driver going the wrong way on Interstate 75 in Ohio crashed head-on into a car carrying Bowling Green State University students, killing both drivers, two other students and injuring two others.
The accident happened early Friday morning in Wood County in northern Ohio.
Wood County Sheriff Mark Wasylyshyn (VAH'-sih-lih-shuhn) says the accident occurred at a crest in the highway and he doubts the legal northbound driver had any warning.
Bowling Green State University says it is working with police and hospital officials to notify families of the victims.
The Ohio State Highway Patrol says the students were going north on the interstate on the way to the Detroit airport.
The university's spring break begins Saturday.
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