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Thursday, September 19, 2013

More details have been released, about Tuesday’s late-night crash in Bellevue.

It could be two weeks, or maybe longer, before charges are filed in connection with Tuesday’s fatal crash in Bellevue.  Lt. Douglas Hamman, commander of the Norwalk Patrol Post said this morning that accident reconstruction efforts are underway and toxicology test results are pending.  He also said troopers have been unable to speak with the driver of one of the cars, Morgan Jevec of Massillon.  Hamman said once the investigation is complete, information will be given to the prosecutor’s office for consideration of charges.

Jevec was traveling at a high rate of speed when he slammed into an SUV that was stopped at East Main and Sandusky Street.  The SUV and the car caught fire before Jevec ran into another car. 

The crash killed 36-year-old Tracy Albright of Bellevue.  Jevec and three passengers all from Canton, suffered serious injuries and were taken by Lifeflight to Toledo.  The driver of the third car, Travis Roach of Bellevue suffered minor injuries.

Radio traffic between a Huron County Deputy and Bellevue Police shows Jevec was leaving Monroeville at a high rate of speed at 11:07 Tuesday night.  He crashed in downtown Bellevue just four minutes later, at 11:11.

 

Fans are still buzzing about yesterday’s stunning trade of Cleveland Browns running back Trent Richardson.

He was sent to Indianapolis, for the Colts’ 2014 first-round pick. We’ll have more, in sports.

 

One Powerball ticket has matched all six numbers, for last night’s $400 million dollar jackpot.

The winning ticket was sold in South Carolina.

 

Norwalk Mayor Rob Duncan confirmed yesterday that he’ll seek a second term in office.

He’ll run again in 2015.

 

Vendors, music and much more…

It’s all part of the 5th annual Autumn Leaves Festival scheduled for this Saturday along Uptown Norwalk’s Main Street.  The Pet ‘N Pup Parade will start things off with registration at 10 and the parade at 11. 

Kristie Wert, Program Manager, Main Street Norwalk also said the festival will open at 11 with inflatables for the kids, a car and truck show and pony rides.  The cutest baby contest will begin at 12:30.  Registration for that is from 8 – 11.  At 3:30, it’s the Uptown Cafe Gridiron Pizza Challenge and Cynthia Kniffin Dance Academy Ballerina Lifting Challenge.  Live music will be featured during the afternoon and evening hours.  We’ll broadcast live from the Autumn Leaves Festival starting at 10.