Police are investigating a fatal auto accident in Sandusky, Ohio in which the driver was so badly burned that at first authorities could not identify the person’s gender. His body has been released to the County Coroner to identify the man through dental records. Officers said the vehicle, a Ford F-150 pick-up truck, went off the road, through a yard, and struck a tree. The truck then spun and crashed into a house; the truck and house both caught on fire. The driver and one passenger were ejected from the vehicle. The passenger died at a local hospital. Five people were in the home at the time of the accident; no one was injured.
The driver and passenger were not wearing seat belts. Police are still investigating to determine how fast the truck was traveling, but speed is definitely a factor. It is unknown at this time if drugs or alcohol were involved.
In Hicksville Township, Ohio a similar auto accident took place the same morning. The driver went off the road hitting a mailbox, utility pole, and two trees. The driver and one passenger died at the scene; the driver was not wearing a seat belt. Speed appears to be a factor in this auto accident; alcohol may also have played a role.
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