Boston Road in Columbia Township is back open after some modification following last year's crash that took the lives of four Brunswick High School students.
COLUMBIA STATION, Ohio - Road crews are finishing work to create a more gradual slope leading up to a railroad crossing in northeast Ohio where a car crash killed four teenagers last year.
Young drivers were known to use the steep crossing in Columbia Station as a sort of ramp to go airborne in speeding vehicles.
An Ohio Department of Transportation spokeswoman tells The Plain Dealer in Cleveland that a $450,000 project has eased the approach to the crossing. It's expected to re-open Thursday.
A car carrying Brunswick High School students went airborne, crashed and flipped at the crossing in June 2012. Two of the teens who died were scheduled to graduate later that day.
New caution signs were added near the crossing after the crash, and the recommended speed limit was lowered.
Road crews are finishing work to create a more gradual slope leading up to a railroad crossing in Columbia Station where a car crash killed four teenagers last year.
The sole survivor of a Brunswick crash that happened just more than a year ago spoke at an event Tuesday morning.
Saint Ambrose Parish will honor the Brunswick High School students killed in a car crash one year ago by unveiling a memorial.
Exactly one year after the Brunswick tragedy, it's clear fellow teens will not forget the four high school students who died on June 3, 2012.
It has been one year since four Brunswick High School teens were killed in a horrific car crash that left one survivor.
The Brunswick High School rugby club team dedicated their season to last year's crash victims and is now headed to the championship game.
Sean Fox still feels like his younger brother, Kevin Fox, will walk through the front door of his family's Brunswick home at any moment. He needs to remind himself that the crash really happened.
The Cleveland Clinic Brunswick Family Health Center is sponsoring a 5K run/1 mile walk on April 21.
The state will spend about $450,000 to fix a railroad crossing in the Cleveland area where four high school students were killed in a graduation-day wreck.