• May 04, 2017

Brandi Duke Killed, April Hall, Timothy Hubert Injured in Mercer County, OH, Accident

Mercer County, OH -- May 2, 2017, Brandi Duke was killed, April Hall and Timothy Hubert were injured, in an accident where a car and an 18-wheeler crashed.

Authorities from the Mercer County Sheriff's Department were called out to the accident scene at the intersection of US Highway 33 and US Highway 127.

Preliminary police investigations state that 30-year-old Duke was the passenger of a Pontiac Grand Prix driven by 36-year-old Hall. They were traveling eastbound on US 33 and traveling through the intersection of US 127. They somehow crossed paths with a northbound 18-wheeler driven by 59-year-old Hubert, resulting in a t-bone collision.

Duke suffered critical injuries in the crash and was taken to Van Wert Hospital for treatment. She later died there. Hall was transported to St. Rita's Medical Center with serious injuries, and Hubert was taken to Joint Township District Memorial. His condition was not reported.

At this time, police have not reported any citations or charges resulting from the accident. It's unclear who had the right of way at the time of the crash.

Investigations are ongoing.

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