Clouse was pronounced dead at Miami Valley Hospital, according to the report. Traylor was not injured.
Police said excessive speed doesn’t appear to be a factor and it is not uncommon to see drivers travel the wrong way on Dayton’s one-way streets.
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“With going the wrong way, there is no traffic device to tell you that you should be slowing down for a red light,” Lt. James Mullins said. “I’m sure the person was driving normal speeds and had the collision.”
The preliminary report does not show a charge or citation for Traylor. The crash remains under investigation, according to police.