Robyn Birzer Death, Obituary – A woman from Blanchester, Ohio, who was 20 years old and was killed in a collision on Friday was involved with a tractor-trailer in the incident. The accident took place on Interstate 75, where the tractor-trailer was involved in a collision with another semi as well as two cars. After that, it crashed through a concrete barrier and damaged a third vehicle before coming to a stop. On Saturday, the Dayton Post of the Ohio State Highway Patrol was able to positively identify Robyn Birzer as the person behind the wheel of a Ford Escape.
It was determined that Birzer had passed away at the scene of the accident in which she had been involved. The accident occurred at approximately 2:40 in the afternoon when a Freightliner driven by Lilemon J. Ferguson, 59, of Columbus was on the ramp from westbound I-70 to northbound I-75 when he went off the left side of the ramp and into the northbound lanes. The other vehicle involved in the accident was a Honda Accord driven by a woman who was also from Columbus. It seems like the accident took place.
The preliminary findings of the investigation that was carried out by the patrol indicate that the semi-truck was involved in a collision with three different vehicles: a Freightliner tractor-trailer driven by Ntunzwenimana M. Mathieu, 38, of Dallas; a Honda Civic driven by Clayton A. Barhorst, 23 years old, of Lebanon; and a Ford Escape driven by Birzer. The three drivers were all thrown clear of their vehicles when the collision occurred. Following the collision with the three vehicles, Ferguson’s semi drove through the concrete barrier that divided the southbound lanes from the northbound lanes, according to the patrol.
This caused damage to a Chevrolet Camaro that was being driven by Terrance L. Toth, who was 71 years old and was from Tipp City.