Ohio Highway Patrol on Sept. 1 filed a charge of vehicular manslaughter against Creola Snow stemming from a July 13 two-vehicle crash in Masury in which her 98-year-old mother, Beautrice Snow, suffered fatal injuries.
Creola Snow is to be arraigned Sept. 10 on the second-degree misdemeanor charge, a crime punishable by up to 90 days in jail.
Creola Snow, 73, of 747 Fern St., Masury, was driving a car northbound on Route 62 and failed to yield while making a left turn onto Roberts Street, hitting a southbound motorcycle, throwing the motorcycle driver and a 15-year-old passenger, police said.
The driver of the motorcycle, Albert L. King III, 35, of 714 Syme St., Masury, was charged with drunken driving, endangering children, driving under suspension and driving without a motorcycle license. He failed to show up for arraignment July 16 and a warrant has been issued for his arrest.
Creola Snow, King, and his passenger, Kaydence M. King of Independence, Mo., were taken to hospitals, police said.
Beautrice Snow, of 786 Fern St., Masury, also was taken to a hospital, where she died of injuries sustained in the crash, police said.