Ohio troopers investigate fatal crash caused by rolling vehicle on Route 11

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According to Highway Patrol, a Lowellville man and Canfield man were involved in the incident

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LENOX TOWNSHIP, Ohio (WKBN) – Ohio State Highway Patrol are investigating after a fatal crash caused by a rolling vehicle on State Route 11 Monday afternoon.

The crash happened near mile marker 81 in Lenox Township around 12:01 p.m.

According to the report, a Ford F550 truck driven by 22-year-old man from Lowellville was disabled in the median of the road. An 18-year-old man from Canfield stopped to help by pulling it.

The truck then rolled across the northbound lanes and was hit by a Ford F150 truck.

The driver of that vehicle, 37-year-old Brandon White, of Austinburg, died from injuries in the crash.

There were no other injuries.

Troopers say that White was wearing a seat belt.

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