Piqua Post investigating quadruple fatal crash on I-75


A long line of cars drive five miles an hour towards Sidney southbound on County Road 25a. The cars were being rerouted from I 75 after a fatal crash backed up traffic on Saturday, Dec. 24. A thick layer of ice prevented traffic from going any faster.

A long line of cars drive five miles an hour towards Sidney southbound on County Road 25a. The cars were being rerouted from I 75 after a fatal crash backed up traffic on Saturday, Dec. 24. A thick layer of ice prevented traffic from going any faster.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

SIDNEY – The Piqua Post of the Ohio State Highway Patrol is investigating a quadruple fatal crash Saturday morning at 8:32 a.m. on southbound Interstate 75 near mil pot 97 in Franklin Township.

Acc0rding to a press release, a 2011 Freightliner Cascadia tractor-trailer combination, operated by Dayren Rocubert, 29, Hialeah, Florida, was traveling north on I-75. A 2023 GMC Terrain, operated by Lauren M. Hahn, 32, Westland, Michigan, and a 2020 Ford F-150, operated by Jeremy D. R. Boehne, 32, Farmington, Michigan, were traveling south on I-75.

The Freightliner went off the left side of the roadway into the median, traveling through the cable median barrier and ditch. The Freightliner continued into the southbound Interstate 75 lanes, striking the GMC and Ford.

Hahn, and her occupant Kimberly A. Siegrist, 63, Brighton, Michigan, succumbed to fatal injuries at the scene of the crash. Jeremy Boehne succumbed to fatal injuries at the scene of the crash.

Jeremy Boehne’s passenger, Karen M. Boehne, 33, Farmington, Michigan, was transported by ground ambulance to Wilson Memorial Hospital with life threatening injuries. She was then transported by air ambulance to Miami Valley Hospital, where she succumbed to fatal injuries.

Rocubert had minor injuries as a result of the crash.

All lanes of southbound Interstate 75 remain closed for just under seven hours during the crash investigation. All southbound lanes have since reopened.

A long line of cars drive five miles an hour towards Sidney southbound on County Road 25a. The cars were being rerouted from I 75 after a fatal crash backed up traffic on Saturday, Dec. 24. A thick layer of ice prevented traffic from going any faster.
https://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2022/12/web1_SDN122722FatalCrash-2.jpgA long line of cars drive five miles an hour towards Sidney southbound on County Road 25a. The cars were being rerouted from I 75 after a fatal crash backed up traffic on Saturday, Dec. 24. A thick layer of ice prevented traffic from going any faster. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News