TOLEDO, Ohio - Two Ohio college students hurt in a wrong-way crash that killed three sorority sisters have been released from the hospital.
WTOL-TV in Toledo ( http://bit.ly/yyyKuh ) reports that they were allowed to go home Tuesday.
Bowling Green State University freshman Angelica Mormile of Garfield Heights and sophomore Kayla Somoles of Cleveland had been in a Toledo hospital since the accident on March 2 in northwest Ohio. Mormilie was transferred to a Cleveland-area hospital, while Somoles is not at a rehabilitation facility in Slyvania.
Both were among a group of Bowling Green students driving to Detroit to catch a flight for spring break.
A wrong-way driver slammed head-on into a car carrying five of the sorority members, killing three. The wrong-way driver also died.
The university plans to honor the three killed with a service and candlelight vigil on Friday.