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Autopsy Reports of Upper Arlington Officer-Involved Crash Released
UPPER ARLINGTON -- More autopsy reports surrounding the police-involved crash killed a family of six were released Monday.
Five of the six reports available showed no evidence of drugs or alcohol, and confirmed that the family members died instantly from blunt force trauma to the head and neck areas.
Only one passenger, wife and mother Entisar W. Hameed, was wearing a seatbelt.
The other victims -- Eid Badi Shahad, Shuaa Badi, Amna Badi, Ekbal Badi and Lina Badi -- were traveling home from a friend's house around 2 a.m. Oct. 18.
The driver, Eid Badi Shahad, reportedly ran a red light on Fishinger Road and Riverside Drive before stopping near the middle of the intersection.
An officer speeding to a robbery at the McDonald's at Henderson Road crashed into the family's vehicle.
Officer Shawn Paynter suffered major head injuries, but was able to make a call to 911 following the crash.
He returned to patrol duty Monday.