Four people are dead, including a Livingston County woman, following a multi-vehicle crash over the weekend in Ohio.
The Ohio State Highway Patrol says 63-year-old Kimberly A. Siegrist of Brighton was a passenger in a 2023 GMC Terrain, driven by 32-year-old Lauren M. Hahn of Westland, when it was struck by a tractor trailer Saturday on I-75 in Shelby County, north of Dayton. Hahn was also killed.
The truck, driven by a Florida man, 29-year-old Dayren Rocubert, reportedly went off the left side of the road, traveled through a cable median barrier and ditch before striking the Terrain and another vehicle, a 2020 Ford F-150, driven by 32-year-old Jeremy D. R. Boehne of Farmington, Michigan. He died at the scene, while his passenger, Karen M. Boehne, 33, also of Farmington, later died at the hospital from her injuries.
It’s believed the two vehicles were traveling together and that Siegrist was the mother of both of Lauren Hahn and Karen Boehne, who were graduates of Hartland High School. Karen Boehne reportedly married Jeremy earlier this year. He was also a Hartland grad.
Rocubert suffered just minor injuries in the crash, which closed southbound I-75 for nearly seven hours.
The crash remains under investigation.