Wednesday, February 28, 2001

Man dies as RV wrecks on I-75




The Cincinnati Enquirer

        FLORENCE — An 80-year-old Highland Heights man died Tuesday morning shortly after his motor home went out of control on northbound Interstate 75 and turned on its side.

[photo] Florence firefighter Glenn Kilby (left) disconnects the battery and shuts off propane on the recreational vehicle that overturned Tuesday. At right is Florence fire Capt. Dave Vonderschmidt.
(Patrick Reddy photo)
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        Ralph Sinning, of the 400 block of Highland Trace, died at St. Luke West Hospital about 90 minutes after the 9 a.m. crash, police said. The victim's wife, Modell Sinning, 77, was treated at the hospital for a head injury and released.

        Police said the couple was returning home from Florida in the 1998 Sports Coach Motor Home when Mr. Sinning became ill while driving. The motor home overturned near the Mount Zion Road exit.
       



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