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      Woman dies from injuries after alcohol-related Valentine's Day crash

      A woman injured in a <a href="/news/story.aspx?id=1007716">chain reaction crash</a> in west Toledo on Valentine's Day has died, and now the at-fault driver faces possible charges.


      A woman injured in a chain reaction crash in west Toledo on Valentine's Day has died, and now the at-fault driver faces possible charges.


      Officials say that 22-year-old Brian Rosenburg of Rome, Ohio was traveling northbound on Byrne

      Road near Dorr Street

      when his SUV rear-ended 47-year-old Judith Crawford's car.


      The impact of that collision sent Crawford's vehicle, which had been stopped at a red light prior to the initial crash, into the back of 64-year-old Harriet Grier's car. Grier had also stopped at the red light, before the crash, but the impact from Crawford's vehicle sent her car into the intersection.


      20-year-old Stephen Feczer was traveling westbound on Dorr when Grier's vehicle then collided with his car.


      Following the initial crash, Rosenburg's SUV also collided with 53-year-old Paul Malak's pick up truck.



      Emergency crews removed Crawford from her vehicle using the Jaws of Life. She died Friday as a result of injuries sustained in the February 14 crash.



      Rosenburg, a student at the University of Toledo, was under the influence of alcohol and driving at a high rate of speed, according to police.



      According to the Toledo Blade, the Lucas County Grand Jury will review the case for a possible indictment.

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