• January 16, 2017

Suni, James, Mylee Music & Loren Colombini Killed in Accident in Grove City, OH

Grove City, OH -- An alleged DUI collision claimed the lives of Suni, James and Mylee Music in Grove City, OH Saturday, December 24, 2017. The collision also killed 38-year-old Loren Colombini.

Sources say a 2000 Ford Explorer, occupied by Loren Colombini, was eastbound on I-270 when it veered out of control. The vehicle then crossed over the median, and was struck by a Honda Civic. James Music, the 39-year-old driver of the Honda, and 41-year-old Suni Music were rushed to the hospital. Both were pronounced dead a short time later. Mylee Music, 8-years-old, was taken to a local hospital and was initially listed in critical condition. She reportedly succumbed to her injuries the following morning.

Mrs. Colombini was killed at the scene of the incident.

The cause of the incident is unclear, but officials say they believe alcohol or drugs were likely a factor.

The official investigation is currently underway.

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