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Early Christmas morning Juan Garcia was traveling in the correct lanes on I-75 past Ottawa River
around 3 a.m. when Adam Tunison slammed his vehicle traveling the wrong way into Garcia's. Mr.
26, was pronounced dead at the
scene of the crash. Tunison was taken from the scene to Mercy St.
Vincent Hospital where he is listed in fair condition. Police have not
yet stated how long Tunison was driving the wrong way.
The crash remains under investigation and until it is complete, charges will not be filed.
In the United States, about 350 people are killed each year because of wrong way drivers on the highway.
It goes without saying that operating a motor vehicle the wrong way
on an interstate highway or other thoroughfare is a violation of the
Ohio Revised Code and many local statutes and ordinances. While the
penalty for such a violation is often the proverbial “slap on the
wrist,” the results from a violation can be absolutely devastating, and
If you or someone you know has been involved in a car accident, call our Toledo, Ohio car accident lawyers at 800.637.8170 for a free case evaluation or to request your free copy of The Ohio Accident Book.