Ohio State Highway Police informed that one person lost his life after he was ejected from the vehicle that was part of a two-car crash on State Route 21 at milepost one, north of State 212 in Bethlehem Township.
Deputies said a thirty-three-year-old man was driving a white 2001 Ford Ranger, going southbound on State Route 21 when his vehicle went off the left side of the roadway and hit a guardrail. Then the car went further southbound in the northbound lane. The car flipped over, then stopped in the southbound lane of State Route 21.
A fifty-year-old woman was driving a silver Mitsubishi Lancer going northbound on State Route 21, where her car was directly hit by the Ford Ranger. Her car stopped on the west side of the roadway. The woman had two passengers in her car.
Deputies informed that a fifty-one-year-old Robert M. Parkerson was sitting on the right rear seat passenger in the car that the fifty-year-old woman drove. The man was ejected from the car after the crash and died at the scene. He was pronounced dead by the Stark County Medical Examiner’s Office.
The crash occurred on Friday afternoon at 12:45 p.m.
Deputies informed that the accident is still under investigation.
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