Ohio Turnpike reopens all lanes, lane clsoure planned Mondaay

TOLEDO, Ohio (AP) — Authorities say traffic on the Ohio
Turnpike is back to normal following a massive pileup Wednesday that
left three people dead about halfway between Toledo and Cleveland.
A
toll road spokesman said all lanes were open as of Saturday after a
series of crashes involving about 40 vehicles that resulted in two
separate pileups.
Adam Greenslade said a single lane will be
closed for several hours early Monday to remove two tractor-trailers
left behind on a two-mile stretch of the eastbound lanes southwest of
Sandusky.
Victims of the pileups were a truck driver from
Illinois, 20-year-old Hannah Matheny of Parma and 66-year-old Janice
Robb from Schererville, Ind.
The State Highway Patrol said an
injured trooper who was pinned between two vehicles during the crashes
had surgery Saturday and was recovering.
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TOLEDO, Ohio (AP) — Authorities say traffic on the Ohio
Turnpike is back to normal following a massive pileup Wednesday that
left three people dead about halfway between Toledo and Cleveland.
A
toll road spokesman said all lanes were open as of Saturday after a
series of crashes involving about 40 vehicles that resulted in two
separate pileups.
Adam Greenslade said a single lane will be
closed for several hours early Monday to remove two tractor-trailers
left behind on a two-mile stretch of the eastbound lanes southwest of
Sandusky.
Victims of the pileups were a truck driver from
Illinois, 20-year-old Hannah Matheny of Parma and 66-year-old Janice
Robb from Schererville, Ind.
The State Highway Patrol said an
injured trooper who was pinned between two vehicles during the crashes
had surgery Saturday and was recovering.
Copyright 2014 The Associated Press. All rights
reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or
redistributed.