Mackenzie Lynn Death, Obituary – According to Sergeant Jeff Jirles of the Ohio State Patrol, a single-vehicle accident that occurred late on Sunday evening just north of the intersection of Ohio 60 and Shannon Road resulted in the death of a man who was from Nashport. The accident took place just north of the intersection of Ohio 60 and Shannon Road. The crash occurred a little distance to the north of the crossroads where Ohio 60 and Shannon Road meet.
Mackenzie Lynn, who was 25 years old at the time, was traveling south on Ohio 60 when he lost control of his vehicle, went off the left side of the road, and crashed into a railing. He then drove off the right side of the road and struck with a second guardrail. Both collisions occurred in quick succession. A automobile accident occurred in which he was involved. Each collision occurred precisely at the same moment.
According to Jirles, the 2018 Chevrolet pickup rolled over almost soon after that, which resulted in Lynn being ejected from the car. In addition to this, he brought attention to the fact that Lynn was not using her safety belt at the time of the collision.
Help was provided at the scene by first responders from Falls Township, including firefighters and emergency medical technicians. At this point, the investigation into the factors that contributed to the crash is still ongoing