A truck driver is facing homicide charges following a fatal crash that left four people dead.
About the Fatal Fatal Ohio Collision
Mohabe McCoy, a 39-year-old truck driver, is being charged with second-degree homicide by vehicle for causing the deaths of four people in a car crash. Video footage shows that McCoy slammed into the back of their vehicle causing them to hit the truck in front of them.
This result in their car catching fire. There were no survivors in the vehicle McCoy hit. Their bodies have all been identified. The crash happened on I-75 in Henry County, Ohio.
Traffic Accident Statistics for I-75
I-75 is the fifth most dangerous highway in the United States and its stretch in Ohio ranks as the third deadliest. This stretch of I-75 has extremely high traffic as it is a heavily traveled route.
These accidents result in 3,903 deaths and 111,000 injuries.
Of those killed in trucking accidents:
17 percent were occupants of large trucks
73 percent were occupants of other vehicles
10 percent were listed as nonoccupants, including bicyclists and pedestrians
Texas led the nation in trucking accident fatalities with 553 trucking-related deaths reported. California followed Texas with 300 recorded deaths.
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