According to sources Amanda Bibbee 28 was killed in a head-on collision in Rogers OH on State Route 7. The accident involved two cars and happened on April 12 2012 at about 5:35 in the evening. Reportedly Bibbees 2005 Chevrolet Equinox was traveling north along Route 7 carrying two children at the time of the accident.
Scene of the Accident
Allegedly a 2011 Dodge Durango traveling south crashed into Bibbees Equinox forcing it off of the road. Bibbee was killed instantly in the wreck but the two children were reportedly transferred to a nearby hospital along with the Durangos driver Deborah Eels 57. Authorities did not release any more information on the three peoples injuries.
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