Tyler Estep Death, Obituary – The Ohio State Highway Patrol was able to determine the identification of the person who was killed in a hit-and-run accident that occurred on Interstate 80 in Hubbard Township. The incident was a hit-and-run accident involving two vehicles. The driver of one of the vehicles involved in the collision ran away after causing the accident, which was caused by him.
A person who was driving westbound on Interstate 80 in Hubbard Township at approximately 7 a.m. came upon a shoe that had been dropped on the roadway and then spotted a corpse off to the side of the highway after that. As a direct result of this, the authorities have closed down one of the traffic lanes that run alongside the highway while they investigate the area.
According to the state troopers who rushed to the scene on Wednesday morning, at approximately seven o’clock, a man who was later identified as Tyler Estep, 28, from Masury, was struck by an unidentified commercial vehicle as he was filling up his gas tank at the Lewis-Siefert Road overpass. The troopers who rushed to the scene on Wednesday morning.
It has been reported that a collision that took place earlier has led to the closure of the right lane on westbound Interstate 80. The Ohio Department of Transportation is the source of these reports. In order to give the Ohio State Police aid in their investigation, crews from the Ohio Department of Transportation (ODOT) are now installing signage in the area. Around 7:30 in the morning, eastbound traffic in the region was facing considerable delays as a result of a backup in the area. The Ohio State Highway Patrol is seeking the assistance of anyone who may have witnessed what went place or who may have knowledge about it. They are requesting anyone who may have information about it to get in touch with them.