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Bowling Green State University

This is the car in which 3 Bowling Green State University students were killed when it was struck by another car driven the wrong way on I-75 north of Bowling Green early Friday morning. (credit: THE BLADE/DAVE ZAPOTOSKY)

Tests Don’t Explain Cause Of Wrong-Way Crash That Killed Sorority Sisters

A northwest Ohio coroner says a wrong-way driver killed in a head-on interstate crash didn’t have alcohol or drugs in her system at the time of the collision, which also killed three sorority sisters.

WWJ Newsradio 950–05/18/2012

This is the car in which 3 Bowling Green State University students were killed when it was struck by another car driven the wrong way on I-75 north of Bowling Green early Friday morning. (credit: THE BLADE/DAVE ZAPOTOSKY)

Details Emerge In Crash That Killed Sorority Sisters

Authorities in Ohio say a state trooper had been pursuing 69-year-old Winifried Lein when she hit another vehicle head-on.

WWJ Newsradio 950–03/05/2012

This is the car in which 3 Bowling Green State University students were killed when it was struck by another car driven the wrong way on I-75 north of Bowling Green early Friday morning. (credit: THE BLADE/DAVE ZAPOTOSKY)

Sorority Sisters Killed In Wrong-Way I-75 Crash

A 19-year-old from Bay City is among three Bowling Green State University sorority sisters killed in a car crash on I-75 near the northwest Ohio campus.

WWJ Newsradio 950–03/02/2012