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NEW: Report details driver’s actions, seat belt use in Monroe prom night car crash

A Monroe High School student, who was driving three classmates to prom Friday night, veered her car off the right side of Millikin Road, over-corrected, then drove into a ditch before hitting a telephone pole, according to the accident report released today by the Butler County’s Sheriff’s Office.

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Chynna Brandon, 17, was driving a 2013 Tesla when the accident occurred at 6:14 p.m. Friday, according to the report.

One backseat passenger in the car, Kaylie Jackson, 17, a senior at Monroe, died from her injuries on Monday afternoon, the district said. She was not wearing a seat belt and was ejected from the car, according to the accident report.

Chynna and two passengers — Tanner Allford, 17, and Mitchell Foster Jr., 18 — were treated at University of Cincinnati Medical Center, then released on Sunday.

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Chynna was wearing her seat belt and she wasn’t ejected, according to the report.

Foster Jr., who was sitting in the front passenger seat, was also wearing a seat belt and he wasn’t ejected. He was extricated from the vehicle.

Tanner, sitting behind the driver, was ejected, though it’s unknown whether or not he was wearing a seat belt, according to the report.

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