Stephanie Terry Death, Obituary – An accident involving a box truck and a motorbike that took place in Springfield Township is responsible for the death of a woman who was originally from Akron, according to the post of the Ohio Highway Patrol that is located in Akron. Tuesday, shortly before 2:00 p.m., in Springfield Township, near the intersection of Krumroy and Sypher roads was where the crash took place. According to the patrol, a 2018 Peterbilt box truck was traveling west on Krumroy Road, and a 2022 Honda Navi motorcycle was traveling north on Sypher Road. Both of these vehicles were in the area of the intersection.
Both cars were involved in the accident that occurred. The motorbike did not come to a stop when it was supposed to at the intersection, and it was driving to the left of the center lane just before it collided with the box truck, as stated by the police. The death of the family’s 19-year-old son, which occurred at the Akron Skate Park in Ellet, is discussed by a member of the family, who says, “We don’t even know why.” According to the findings of the Summit County Medical Examiner’s Office, the person who was driving the motorcycle, Stephanie Terry, has passed away. Terry was 38 years old and had been a resident of Akron all his life.
According to the investigation, Terry was not taking any precautions to safeguard himself by donning a helmet or any other type of protective gear. William Wenzlawsh III, who was driving the box truck and was 59 years old at the time of the accident, did not receive any injuries in the collision. Kinney’s Towing, the Springfield Township Police Department, and the Springfield Township Fire Department all rendered help to the patrol at the scene of the accident, which is still being investigated at this point in time.