Ogden Buck Car Accident: On September 8, 2020, at roughly 8:42 p.m., the Tyler County E-911 Center got a require a two-vehicle car crash on WV Rt. 180 close to Buck Run Road. The E-911 focus dispatched fire units from Middlebourne VFD, Sistersville VFD, Paden City VFD, New Martinsville VFD, and emergency vehicle units from Middlebourne EMS and Sistersville General EMS. Appointees from the Tyler County Sheriff’s Office reacted to the scene and were helped by an individual from the WV State Police.
Upon appearance, representatives found the mishap had happened around 1/2 mile south of Buck Run Road and had the option to recognize that three vehicles had been engaged with the mishap.
Representatives had the option to decide in the underlying phases of the examination that Austin S. Dillon (age 25) of Alma, WV, was voyaging south on WV Rt. 180 of every a full-size Chevy truck. Chad R. Heintzman (age 45) of Sistersville, WV, was additionally voyaging south on WV. Rt. 180 out of a Dodge Charger. A northward full-size Chevy truck was worked by Daniel A. Lasure (age 52) of New Martinsville, WV. Travellers in the northward vehicle were Tina L. Lasure (age 47) of New Martinsville, WV, Danielle A. Lasure (age 25) of New Martinsville, WV, and a baby youngster (age 4 1/2 months) likewise of New Martinsville, WV.
The underlying discoveries from the examination show that the Dodge Charger worked by Chad R. Heintzman voyaging south on WV Rt. 180 endeavoured to pass the Chevy truck worked by Austin S. Dillion, which was likewise voyaging south on WV Rt. 180. The endeavoured pass happened in a no passing region for southward traffic. The Dodge Charger worked by Chad R. Heintzman struck the Chevy truck worked by Daniel A. Lasure in the northward path. The Dodge Charger at that point struck the southward vehicle worked by Austin S. Dillon. The Dodge Charger at that point proceeded with south on WV Rt. 180 striking the guardrail on the northward side of the street and afterwards halting against the guardrail on the northward roadside. The northward Chevy truck worked by Daniel A. Lasure was moved onto its side during the impact and halted against the guardrail on the northward roadside.
Fire and EMS groups attempted to remove the patients from the vehicles. Austin S. Dillon was not moved by EMS and announced no wounds. Tina L. Lasure, Danielle A. Lasure, and the baby kid were shipped by EMS to Wetzel County Hospital. Daniel A. Lasure (age 52) of New Martinsville, WV, and Chad R. Heintzman (age 45) of Sistersville, WV, was articulated dead at the scene. The mishap stays under scrutiny by the Tyler County Sheriff’s Office.