The man who caused the June car accident that left two people dead and two others fighting for their life has been indicted on charges of aggravated vehicular homicide, aggravated vehicular assault, driving under suspension and DUI.The accident happened on State Route 83 when Gerald Wetherbee Jr. veered left of center and smashed his Kia Optima into a Honda Civic. The Civic was being driven by Tom Tomasheski. The crash killed Tammy Tomasheski and 11-year-old Tommy Tomasheski.
Injured were Tom Tomasheski, a corporal at Lorain County Jail, and Danielle Tomasheski. Both had very lengthy stays at the hospital and continue to recover from their injuries.
Tests show that Wetherbee had a blood alcohol level of .209, which is more than twice the legal limit. Wetherbee also was driving under a suspended license at the time of the accident.
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