Listen: Joe Craven, Ohio State, United States discussed on Mike McConnell
"Of accumulation or so with a high of thirty seven right now, it is twenty five degrees. News service of Queen city sausage, the use of racial slurs by Cincinnati police. Officers is the subject of a special city council meeting today law and public safety committee members will be discussing. Policies on the use of prejudice language and cultural sensitivity training with law enforcement. The meeting was called after two officers were placed on desk duty over the use of the N word while making arrests. The Clermont county health department is warning the public about another case of hepatitis A. This time an employee of the McDonald's on planes street in Bethel has been diagnosed with the disease people who ate at the restaurant between December sixteenth and the twenty-ninth should check for symptoms, including fatigue, nausea, and jaundice, the multi vehicle crash involving a cement truck and several motorcycles in Milford that happened earlier this week has now turned deadly Sixty-six-year-old. Joe Craven's was the man killed in Tuesday's crash on US. Fifty Ohio State troopers say that he was in a car headed west near round bottom road when he was struck by an eastbound cement truck that had crossed the center line. Ohio State troopers say that happened because another eastbound car turned in front of the cement truck that turning car was hit along with Craven's vehicle a third car and three young men on motorcycles as well. The cement truck also. Hit a building before it overturned on top of Craven's car. The driver of the car that allegedly failed to yield to the cement truck and the three men on motorcycles suffered minor injuries. Troopers say they are still investigating, but they do not believe alcohol or drugs played any role. Jack. Crumley News Radio seven hundred w all."