Mary Huelsman Obituary, Death – A devastating car accident that took place on Saturday evening in Warren County, according to a press statement that was published by the Ohio State Highway Patrol, resulted in the deaths of two people. The terrible event occurred late on a Saturday night. At 11:30 p.m. on Ohio 48, Mary Huelsman, 57, was driving a Kia Telluride in the southbound lane when it was involved in a collision with a Chevrolet Malibu that was travelling in the westbound lane.
According to Beccaccio, the inquiry is still in its early stages, thus it is currently unknown which of the drivers was at fault for disobeying the instructions of a traffic signal that was present at the crossing. On the other hand, it was discovered that one of the drivers did not comply with the requirements of the light. The investigation into what caused the crash is still ongoing at this time.
According to the officials from the patrol, the collision occurred when the Kia Telluride was colliding with the Chevrolet Malibu. After leaving the roadway on the right shoulder, both vehicles collided with a utility pole after going off the pavement. According to Sgt. Matthew Beccaccio of the Cincinnati Enquirer, the fire that broke out in the Malibu resulted in the deaths of both of the people who were traveling in the vehicle. Because of the extent of the burns on the remains, no attempt at identification was able to be effective.