Issaquah Crash Update: Police Still Investigating Cause of Accident; Driver's Name Released

Donna Tuber, 65, of Cuyahoga Falls, was the driver who crashed her late model Chrysler 300 through the front wall of 2374 Issaquah Street.

After missing a right turn from Richmond Road to Issaquah Street, Donna Tuber, 65, of Cuyahoga Falls, careened into a house, injuring herself and resident Mary Nime. 

Nime, who was struck by the car as it crashed through her home, was taken to a local hospital and is being treated for unspecified injuries, reports the Akron Beacon Journal. 

Tuber, a Richmond Road resident, was released from the hospital on Thursday.

A reconstruction of the accident is being conducted by members of the Summit Metro Crash Response Team.

The team, comprised of officers and crash experts from several local police departments, has not yet determined how Tuber lost control of her late model Chrysler 300 on Thursday morning.

The investigation is being handled, in part, by Rob Molody, the team's assistant operations commander from the , and the

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tbenning April 28, 2012 at 02:59 PM
Mary we are all praying for you.


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