Hilliard, OH — A young woman from Dublin was killed on I-270 late Tuesday night (September 17, 2013) after her car was in an accident with a semi-truck in Hilliard. Police with the OHP were able to identify the woman later as Maria Tiberi, 21 years old.
Tiberi was driving a Toyota south along I-270 near Cemetery Road on Tuesday night at about 10:45 p.m. when she came upon stopped or slowed traffic due to congestion. Unable to brake in time, Tiberi’s Toyota crashed into the rear of a semi-truck, which left her fatally injured. She died a short time later.
The accident did not injure anyone else, including the truck driver, and emergency crews were clearing the scene until about 3:30 a.m. Wednesday morning. The cause of the initial congestion wasn’t released in the Columbus Dispatch’s news reports, which confirmed Tiberi’s death on Wednesday.
Scene of the Accident
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