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Amanda Gordon and Clayford Wilson in critical condition after apparent heroin overdose leads to crash on I-74 in Hamilton County, Ohio

Modified Date: 
Fri, 01/22/2016 - 3:03pm
Accident Date: 
Friday, January 22, 2016

Police: Pair crash on I-74 after heroin use, children in car at time

Police said the driver, Amanda Gordon and passenger Clayford Wilson, both in their 20s, were ejected from the vehicle when it crashed off the side of the road. According to authorities, Gordon and Wilson were revived by Narcan on scene and taken to University of Cincinnati Medical Center where they are reportedly "barely breathing." Gordon's two children were in the car at the time of the crash, police said. Police said the two boys, ages eight and 10, were not harmed.
People Involved: 
Amanda Gordon
Clayford Wilson
Roadway: 
Interstate 74

Comments

No excuse having those children in the car.   Those kids deserve better parents and i hope the court gives them some.  

this is un forgivable, to do this is one thing but to put your kids in this position, endanger there lives, stop alongside the interstate and shoot up in front of your children. Good lord what in the heck were they thinking.  There should be stiff pentalities for the both of them, make them pay for what they have done. And I don't mean just  a few months in jail either, they should sit in jail for a couple of years fines  and before they are able to see those children again somehow make sure there clean, and only be able to see those kids with court appointed officials  that they have to pay there wages for there time.  This drug is a big problem not only in Dearborn county but everywhere and I do t no how it's going to be stopped but someone needs to try and get a handle on it and fast. Or this generation right now of 20 and 30 year olds won't be around when they get older 

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