(CINCINNATI) -- James Randall surrendered to the Hamilton County Sheriff's Office this morning on two counts of Vehicular Manslaughter. Randall reported to the Patrol Headquarters on Hamilton Ave.
Police say that Randall was the driver of a dump truck that ran a red light on the Colerain Avenue and crashed into a car, killing both occupants.
Randall is scheduled for arraignment on February 8 in the Hamilton County Justice Center.
Police have identified the victims of the crash as Roderick Wallace, 27, of Cincinnati and his passenger, Brittany Hafner, 25, of Fairfield. The driver of the dump truck, James Randall, 60, of Cincinnati, was transported to Mercy-Fairfield Hospital for observation.
Colerain Avenue is now open after a double fatal accident that occured just before 9a.m. Monday morning. Police have not yet identified the victims. Both were in a car which was struck by a dump truck near Kemper Road.
Police now say that the accident is a double fatal. Both victims were in the car.
One person is dead in Colerain Township after a car and dump truck collide. Police are still investigating what caused the accident at Colerain and West Kemper around 8:55 a.m. this morning.
Northbound Colerain is closed while police continue their investigation.