Shawn Mitchell car crash, Lebanon HS student died in Warren County crash

Shawn Mitchell Dath – A 17-year-old Lebanese boy has died in a tragic car accident in Warren County, the Ohio State Highway Patrol announced. The victim has been identified as Shawn Mitchell. According to reports, Shawn Mitchell, a Lebanese high school student, died from injuries sustained in the fatal car accident. Mitchell was a loving and gentle person who deeply cherished his family.

How did the accident happen?

Tragically, 17-year-old Shawn Mitchell lost control of his vehicle while driving south on Hart Road around 3 a.m. Monday near Miller Road. Investigation reveals Mitchell’s 2002 Honda Civic swerved to the left side of the road and collided with a tree. Sadly, Mitchell was pronounced dead at the scene. At present, authorities are still investigating the factors that led to this devastating accident.

Who was Shawn Mitchell?

Mitchell had planned to return to Warren County Career Center as a senior, where he learned sports medicine. Before that, he attended Lebanon High School where he was actively involved in wrestling, track and field, and cross country. His educators praised him as a generous and intelligent individual with ambitious aspirations. Mitchell was very fond of fitness activities and his recent aspiration was to become a weightlifter.

Shawn Mitchell’s obituary and funeral arrangements will be announced at a later date by the family.

Related story: Man killed in Lebanon County weekend crash

On Saturday morning in Lebanon County, a fatal two-vehicle crash occurred at the intersection of East Walnut Street and East Cumberland Street, resulting in the death of 25-year-old Josha Bartal. He was pronounced dead at the scene while the driver of the other vehicle escaped unharmed. The incident is currently under investigation by the police.

Lebanon is a city in and the county seat of Lebanon County, Pennsylvania, United States. The population was 26,814 at the 2020 census. Lebanon was founded by George Steitz in 1740 and was originally called Steitztown.

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