BGSU Crash Survivor Improves at Hospital

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TOLEDO, Ohio — One of the survivors of a deadly crash that killed three Bowling Green State University students earlier this month is making progress in her recovery.

A spokesperson for Mercy St. Vincent Medical Center said Sunday that 19-year-old Angelica Mormile had been upgraded to fair condition. The Holy Name graduate had previously been in critical condition.

Three of Mormile’s sorority sisters, including 20-year-old Rebekah Blakkolb, of Aurora, died on March 2 when a wrong-way driver hit their car head-on, on Interstate 75. That driver was also killed.

A fifth BGSU student, 19-year-old Kayla Somoles, who graduated from Normandy in 2010, is still listed in critical condition at Mercy St. Vincent Medical Center.

Donation funds have been set up for the survivors’ families. *Click here to find out how to help.

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