Wrong-way crash kills 2 women in southwestern Ohio

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SPRINGFIELD TOWNSHIP, Ohio (AP) -- Two cars collided head-on Saturday on a Cincinnati-area highway, killing two women.

Police in Springfield Township say they believe that Angela Travillian of Cincinnati went over a median around 3 a.m. and was driving west in the eastbound lanes of Ronald Reagan Highway near an interchange with Interstate 75.

Travillian's minivan van hit another minivan going the right way on the highway, killing both her and the other driver, identified as Angela Cox of Maineville.

The accident is under investigation.

The Cincinnati Enquirer reports that Travillian worked as a business and data news assistant at the newspaper.