Strongsville teen guilty of causing fatal accident - Cleveland 19 News Cleveland, OH

Strongsville teen guilty of causing fatal accident

Kailee Mayher. (Source: Strongsville City Schools) Kailee Mayher. (Source: Strongsville City Schools)
CLEVELAND, OH (WOIO) -

A 16-year-old Strongsville girl was found guilty of causing a deadly accident last June.

The teenager was driving on Albion Road in Strongsville when she lost control and struck a tree.

A total of six teens were in the vehicle.

Passenger Kailee Mayher, 16, was killed. She was siting in the rear seat and thrown from the car.

The Strongsville High School sophomore was pronounced dead at Southwest General Hospital.

Three other teenagers suffered non life threatening injuries.

The driver was not hurt.

She was found guilty of aggravated vehicular homicide and aggravated vehicular assault. The Cuyahoga County Juvenile Court judge then ordered her not to have any contact with the victims; including, any form of electronic communication and social media.

She will be sentenced on March 6.

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