Family Members Identified As Fatal Crash Victims

MEDINA, Ohio (AP) -- Three members of a New Washington family were killed in a head-on collision in Medina County.

The Ohio Highway Patrol said that the driver of an eastbound pickup truck on U.S. Route 244 crossed the center line, hitting a car head-on before the truck overturned.

Three of the five people in the car were killed.

They were: 32-year-old Michael Conway; his 29-year-old wife, Jana Conway, 29, and 52-year-old Sheron Heydinger, an aunt of one of the Conways.

Heydinger's husband, 53-year-old Larry Heydinger, was driving the car. He was taken by helicopter to MetroHealth Medical Center in Cleveland.

The Conways' one-year-old son, Evan, is in fair condition in Akron Children's Hospital.

The driver of the pickup, 55-year-old Dorothy Dravenshott, of West Salem, was treated and released from a hospital. A patrol spokesman said that she does not know why she crossed the line.

Her husband, 55-year-old Harold Dravenshott was in stable condition at MetroHealth Medical Center.

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