CENTERVILLE, Ohio (WDTN) - Students at Centerville High School are coming to grips with the death of a football coach.
This as another family mourns the other man killed in a two car crash over the weekend.
911 call: "There is a car on the wrong side of the highway going really fast that almost hit me."
911 calls came in from horrified drivers who saw Francois Hagenimana driving west on I-70 in the eastbound lanes Sunday morning just after 3:00.
Several drivers say they missed the 24 year old by inches.
911 call: "Me and a semi and another car in front of us, we all just swerved and missed by like an inch."
The Ohio State Patrol said Hagenimana's car crashed into Westerville resident Jason Fricke, killing the 28 year old as well as Hagenimana.
The news is heartbreaking to Hagenimana's co-worker, Centerville High School Athletic Director Rob Dement.
"We also need to remember that there's another family involved and our heart and prayers go out to that family as well," said Dement.
Hagenimana was a 2008 graduate of Centerville High School and the assistant football coach.
Staff and students' hearts are heavy as they all try to come to terms with what happened.
School Principal Jon Wesney says they have a Crisis Intervention Plan in place.
"We brought in some extra subs today to free up teachers who may need some time away from their class to meet with other students who may be grieving because of the loss," said Wesney.
The accident is still under investigation and a cause has not been released yet, but whatever the outcome, Wesney says there's a lesson to be learned.
"It's really about good decision making. Try to help students be aware of how to make those decisions and how that not only impacts themselves but has the potential to impact other people."
The Ohio State Highway Patrol says it is waiting on toxicology results to better determine what caused this accident.
They say they should get those results with in the next couple weeks.
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