78-year-old woman killed in Dayton crash ID’d

A 78-year-old Dayton woman died following a two-vehicle crash Wednesday afternoon that reportedly trapped her under the wheel of a vehicle.

Barbara Martin died following a two-vehicle crash that reportedly trapped her under the wheel of a vehicle. Her cause and manner of death have not been determined, according to Montgomery County Coroner Dr. Kent Harshbarger.

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Dayton police are continuing to investigate the crash.

An initial investigation Wednesday indicated that another person may have been ejected from a vehicle.

The crash was reported in the 500 block of Liscum Drive around 4 p.m. and involved a white Chrysler PT Cruiser and a maroon Chevrolet Malibu.

A teenage boy was transported to the hospital, 911 dispatchers said.

The cause of the crash was unclear, Sgt. Creigee Coleman with the Dayton Police Department said.

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Coleman said it is not immediately clear whether the woman, later identified as Martin, was a pedestrian or if she was in one of the vehicles.

Dayton police are continuing to investigate the crash.

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