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Danielle Fink, Ch. 3 employee, killed in car accident

Danielle Fink  (SOURCE: wkyc.com) Danielle Fink (SOURCE: wkyc.com)
Danielle Fink (SOURCE: wkyc.com) Danielle Fink (SOURCE: wkyc.com)
Police at the accident scene on Bradley Police at the accident scene on Bradley
NORTH OLMSTED, OH (WOIO) -

The Northeast Ohio news community is mourning the loss of a team member.

Danielle Fink, an assignment editor at WKYC, was identified as the person killed in a car accident that happened in North Olmsted late Saturday or early Sunday morning.  

The accident happened on Bradley Road close to the North Ridgeville city line.

Her car struck a tree and was discovered just after 8:30 a.m. Sunday morning.  Since there were no witnesses that reported the accident, the exact time it occurred is unknown at this time.

WKYC shared this on their website:

"Danielle was a beloved friend and colleague at WKYC and respected by journalists, law enforcement and community leaders throughout Northeast Ohio.  She loved Cleveland and Northeast Ohio passionately.  She was a loyal fan of the Indians, Cavaliers and Browns.  Dani celebrated all that made her hometown special.

The family is making arrangements and will release more information as soon as possible.  We offer our sincere condolences to her family and share in their grief."

Police are still investigating the cause of the crash.

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