Myer, who police said caused the crash, is not in jail and there are still no charges.
Police said they have video that shows the 53-year-old Wright-Patterson Air Force Base civilian employee going the wrong way on the 844 ramp from I-675 shortly before the crash.
Despite the video, Myer hasn’t been arrested.
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Tom Hagel, a University of Dayton professor of law emeritus, told News Center 7 that Myer isn’t in jail because prosecutors are working to get all the facts of the case together.
“This is in a sense an open-and-shut case,” he said.
“We know how this happened. We know how this person died. We know who was driving the vehicle, so it’s just a matter of putting the facts together in terms of speed, direction, any eye witnesses that need to be interviewed; all of this,” he said.
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Hagel thinks there will be charges filed by the end of the week.
We will continue to follow this story as more information is released.