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Pregnant woman, teen among those killed in tragic Fulton Co. crash

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Brandon McCullough (Source: Alex Riegsecker) Brandon McCullough (Source: Alex Riegsecker)
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FULTON COUNTY, OH (Toledo News Now) -

A pregnant woman and a teenager were among those killed in a terrible crash in Fulton County Thursday afternoon. It happened just before 5 p.m., when a semi collided with a small car, killing all the people inside the car.

The white 1996 Oldsmobile 2-door was traveling eastbound on County Road L, driven by Matthew C. Hahn, 28, of Wauseon.

The Ohio State Highway Patrol says the Oldsmobile entered the intersection at State Route 109 and was struck by a northbound semi driven by Jeffrey E. Neal, 53, of Muncie, Indiana. Troopers say they believe Hahn did not stop at the stop sign before entering the intersection. Their belief is based on witness statements and evidence at the scene.

Neal was operating a white 2014 Volvo semi and was not injured.

Matthew Hahn Jr. and his two passengers, Brandy Beltz, 22, of Wauseon, Ohio and Brandon McCullough, 16, of Wauseon, Ohio died as a result of their injuries sustained in the collision. Troopers say Beltz was pregnant, and the baby did not survive.

Family and friends tell WTOL 11 that Beltz was 8 or 9 months along at the time.

State Route 109 at Fulton County Road L had closed Thursday about 1 mile north of the Ohio Turnpike near Delta, but is back open now. 

Troopers were assisted at the scene by Deputies from the Fulton County Sheriff's Office and Wauseon Fire and Rescue. The crash remains under investigation.   

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