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Charges pending in Braceville crash that injured ten members of the National Guard

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The Ohio State Highway Patrol is investigating a traffic crash that seriously injured ten members of the Army National Guard being transported to Camp Ravenna in Newton Falls.

Troopers say it happened Sunday evening at the intersection of State Routes 5 and 534 when a semi tractor trailer driven by Larry Nash went through a red light, striking a Toyota Corolla driven by Samuel Byich, and a Chevy van driven by Joshua Zuckero. 

The van rolled over, injuring ten Army National Guardsmen inside. They were transported to St. Joseph Hospital, Trumbull Memorial Hospital, and Robinson Memorial Hospital with serious injuries.

The two occupants from the Toyota were transported to Robinson Memorial Hospital with non life threatening injuries. The driver of the semi was not injured.

The Highway Patrol released a list of the occupants that were riding in the passenger van.

Jamie L. Arthur of Mansfield, OH

Jarad D. Dwight of Grand Forks, ND

Anthony A. Fuller of Houston, TX

Samual D. Miguritz of Grayling,

Kile A. Markel of Columbus, Ohio

Kile W. Miracle of Mansfield, Ohio

Nicholas L. Rockey of Scranton, PA

Joktan J. Smith of Butler, NC

Jason A. Woodall of Brookpark, OH

Joshua A. Zuckero of Greenville, TN

The semi was hauling approximately 44,000 pounds of plastic pellets. Alcohol is not believed to be a factor in the traffic crash. Charges are pending and the traffic crash is under investigation.

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