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WMOH Updates Archives for 2019-05

Tornado Update


(Wilmington)--The National Weather Service has added nine more tornadoes to the list of storms that hit the Dayton region Monday night. That brings the total to 17 tornadoes in the Wilmington forecast area. Here is the link to the list from the National Weather Service.


Local Firefighters Help With Storm Relief


(Madison Township)--Butler Countians who would like to help tornado victims can bring their items by Madison Township fire house 153 on Mosman Road

Madison Township Firefighter/Paramedic Joe Perkins says you can bring items like bottled water, personal hygine items, and non-perishable canned goods. The donations will be taken until 8:30am Saturday, when they will be delivered to the Red Cross by firefighters.
 

Holiday Fatalities Down


(Columbus)--The Ohio State Patrol says 12 people died in vehicle crashes over the Memorial Day holiday weekend. That's the fewest number of fatalities in four years. The Patrol says the lack of seat belts resulted in two deaths, one was OVI related, one wasn't wearing a motorcycle helmet, and two of the victims were pedestrians. Last year, 18 people died on Ohio roadways.
 

Ohio Supreme Court Won't Hear Killer's Appeal


(Columbus)---The Ohio Supreme Court has declined to hear the appeal of a confessed killer from Butler County. 22 year old Justin Koch pleaded guilty to his role in the 2016 home invasion robbery in West Chester that led to the shooting death of 18 year old Tyler Kassow. Three others were also convicted in the botched robbery. The 12th District Court of Appeals rejected Koch's claims that his lawyers shouldn't have allowed him to give a statement to police. Koch was the driver of the getaway car used in the robbery.

Train Track Trespassers Beware!


(Hamilton)---Hamilton police are teaming up with Norfolk Southern to crack down on trespassing on the railroad tracks that run through the city, especially the downtown area. Last year, 276 people recieved warnings, and 19 people were arrested for trespassing on the tracks between Bobmeyer Road and High Street. Police and railroad officials plan to speak with residents and business owners near the tracks, to warn them about the trespassing laws.
  • In 2018, Ohio ranked 7th nationwide in trespasser casualties, with 20 fatalities and 15 injuries; 14 fatalities occurred on NS tracks. Through February of 2019, four people in Ohio have been struck by trains, two of them fatally.


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