Two teenagers were in serious condition last night in Toledo Hospital after a car in which they were passengers slid out of control on Byrne Road near Hill Avenue and collided with two vehicles heading in the opposite direction, police said.
Tammy Rohn, 29, of 2551 Fulton St., was driving south on Byrne about 7:40 a.m. yesterday when, police said, she lost control and hit a northbound vehicle driven by Marybeth Morris, 43, of 2934 Oxbridge Dr.
A second northbound auto driven by Dorothy Fritts, 56, of 536 Foredale Ave., also was hit by Ms. Rohn s vehicle.
Daquan Gray, 14, of 1114 Prospect Ave., a passenger in Ms. Rohn s vehicle, was flown to Toledo Hospital. Ms. Rohn and Eric Williams, 13, of 1114 Prospect, were taken to Toledo Hospital as well.
Doctors listed Ms. Rohn in stable condition last night.
Ms. Morris and Ms. Fritts were transported to Medical College of Ohio Hospitals. A hospital spokesman said Ms. Morris was treated there but declined to give information on Ms. Fritts condition.
Police cited Ms. Rohn for failure to control and driving while under suspension.
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