One killed in Brown County fatal crash

The Georgetown Post of the Ohio State Highway Patrol is investigating a three car fatal traffic crash which occurred at approximately 7:26 p.m., on US Route 68, near Milepost 17, in Pleasant Township, Brown County.
The crash happened when a silver 2001, Pontiac Grand Prix, operated by Steven Cluxton, 29, of West Union, Ohio, was traveling southbound on US 68.  His vehicle traveled left of center and struck a white 2009, Ford F-150, traveling northbound on US 68, operated by Jerry Newland, 62, of Georgetown, Ohio.  Mr. Cluxton’s vehicle continued on and struck a brown 1991, GMC Sonoma, operated by Taylor Davis, 42, of Georgetown Ohio.
Mr. Cluxton was transported to Mt. Orab Mercy Hospital, where he was treated and released with minor injuries.  Mr. Newland and both occupants of the 2009 Ford F-150, were transported to Mt. Orab Mercy Hospital, where they were treated and released with minor injuries.
Both occupants of the 1991 GMC Sonoma were transported to University of Cincinnati Hospital.  Mr. Davis was treated for his injuries and remains in stable condition.  The right seat passenger, Elethia Davis, 41, of Georgetown, Ohio, succumbed to her injuries while in emergency care.
The preliminary crash investigation indicates that Mrs. Davis was wearing her seatbelt.
Alcohol and/or drugs are suspected to be in involved. The crash remains under investigation.
Assisting at the scene were Georgetown Fire Department and Life Squad, Russellville Fire department and Life Squad, Mt. Orab Life Squad, Ripley Life Squad, Sardinia Life Squad, Air Evac and UC Air Care.
The Patrol would like to remind all motorists that seat belts save lives. It’s simple – safety belts save lives and reduce injury in crashes. It is the easiest thing you can do to protect yourself, your family and your friends.