Paula Horn Obituary, Death – Paula Horn Has Died In Ohio Turnpike car accident On Tuesday, a collision that occurred on the Ohio Turnpike led to the deaths of two people who were traveling in separate vehicles. An accident happened on westbound Interstate 76 near the intersection with Interstate 80 just after two in the afternoon. Firefighters, an ambulance, and members of the Ohio State Highway Patrol were called to the scene to assist with the situation. As a result of the collision, the lane was shut for close to two hours; however, the area has since been cleaned up, and traffic is once again moving along the street. Two automobiles were seen on the website of the Ohio Department of Transportation to have incurred considerable damage, which was exposed by the traffic cameras on the website.

According to the reports of the Highway Patrol, an eastbound Toyota Tacoma drove off the left side of the road, crossed a grass median, collided with a concrete barrier, and then spun out into the westbound lanes after making contact with the barrier. The Rav4, driven by a Toyota driver, was traveling in the westbound direction when it was involved in the collision with the Tacoma. The driver of the Toyota Tacoma was a man named Jeffrey Horn, who was 68 years old and a resident of the town of Milton in Delaware. He was rushed to the hospital, but despite their best efforts, he did not survive his arrival there. Paula Horn, who is 68 years old, was a passenger in the Toyota Tacoma that was involved in the accident. She was injured as a result of the collision. It was determined that she had died at the location where she was found.

The person behind the wheel of the vehicle was Laura Frick, a Delaware native who is 37 years old and hails from the town of Milford. Before she was taken to the hospital, she had only sustained some relatively minor injuries.