Motorcycle crash claims the life of two over the weekend of October 9, 2021 in Carthage, OH.
A 2008 Yamaha motorcycle with two passengers hit a utility pole in the early morning hours of Saturday claiming the life of two.
At approximately 12:15AM in the early morning of Saturday, October 9th, police were dispatched to a wreck in Carthage, OH where two lives were claimed in a motorcycle accident. 49-year-old Kenneth Warner, Jr. was driving his 2008 Yamaha motorcycle with his 29 year old female passenger, Ciara Macke. Warner was traveling north on Anthony Wayne Avenue when he lost control and hit a utility pole. Coroners pronounced them dead at the scene. Neither Warner nor Macke were wearing a helmet at the time of the accident. It is believed that excessive speed and impairment may have been a factor.
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