One doesn’t need to be an experienced Ohio injury attorney to know that life-changing accidents can happen at any time, in any place. This is especially true on state roads and highways, where in the blink of an eye the unexpected may present itself, causing significant personal injury or death.
Such are the circumstances in a recent Toledo auto accident that resulted in the death of an Ohio woman and her pet dog.
While driving a 2004 Chevrolet Silverado southbound on the interstate, 42-year-old Brian Jubb lost control of his vehicle and swerved off the roadway and into the grass median. After striking a tree, the Silverado rolled down a deep embankment before coming to rest in a marshy area. Although Jubb sustained injuries in the collision and was transported to Christiana Hospital, the two passengers in the Silverado were impacted the most. Both 45-year-old Donna Jubb and their family dog were thrown from the vehicle, incurring fatal injuries in the process.
Although there are currently no additional details available, law enforcement officials are currently investigating the cause of this tragic Ohio car accident.