Saturday, July 17, 2021 2:11 PM EST
By The Associated Press, AP
NIMISHILLEN, Ohio (AP) — State, county and local agencies are investigating a two-vehicle crash on a highway in northeastern Ohio that left four people dead, authorities said. The Stark County sheriff’s office said a car being driven west “at what appears to be a high rate of speed” went off the right side of Route 153 in Nimishillen just before 5 p.m. Thursday. The car then went into the eastbound lane and collided with an oncoming sport utility vehicle. Four Louisville residents were killed. The sheriff's office identified them as 35-year-old Kyle Dougherty, 66-year-old Charles Neff, 65-year-old Diane Clark and 71-year-old David Miller.