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1 dead, 2 in hospital after car hits minivan near Fremont

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One person is dead, two others are in local hospitals, after a car hit a minivan in Sandusky County.

It happened at 7:20 a.m. Saturday at the corner of State Route 19 and County Road 181.

In a news release, the Ohio State Highway Patrol explains Judith Hansen, 69, of Clyde, failed to stop at the sign and drove her 2010 Ford Focus into the path of a 2004 Dodge Caravan.

Hansen was flown by helicopter to the University of Toledo Medical College, where she did not survive her injuries.

The driver of the minivan, Alyson Johnson, 25, of Fremont, was taken to Fremont Hospital with what are described as "serious injuries."

Her passenger, Talytha Elick, 20, of Fremont, had injures troopers describe as "incapacitating." Elick was later air-lifted to the Toledo Hospital.

Troopers say all three of the women were wearing seatbelts and alcohol is not involved.
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