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Driver charged in Clermont Co. double-fatal crash

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Paul Chisenhall, file photo. Paul Chisenhall, file photo.
CLERMONT COUNTY, OH (FOX19) -

The driver who led officers on a pursuit that ended in a deadly crash has been charged.

Paul Chisenhall, 36, of Goshen, was released from University Hospital on Wednesday and transported to Clermont County Jail where he is charged with two counts of aggravated vehicular homicide.

Chisenhall was air cared to the hospital on Sunday after he crashed his Saturn L300 on State Route 727. Jason Wright, 31, was ejected from the car and died at the scene. Charles McMullen, 34, was also killed in the crash.

An ODNR officer reportedly witnessed Chisenhall and his four passengers drinking at Stonelick State Park and entering the car with open containers of alcohol. Police say when officials attempted to stop the car, Chisenhall fled and crashed.

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Christina Singleton, 31, was in the front passenger seat and was air cared to University Hospital. Her condition was not immediately available.

According to court documents, Chisenhall has been convicted for driving under the influence of alcohol/drugs in the past. He was found guilty of driving under the influence in 2002 and 2005. He was also charged with driving under OVI suspension in 2012 but was convicted of a lesser offense.

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