DAYTON, Ohio (WDTN) — The prosecution has rested just two days into the trial of Abby Michaels at the Montgomery County Courthouse.

During the second day of the trial, both the prosecution and defense attorneys agreed on several facts relating to the fatal crash that took place on I-75 on St. Patrick’s Day 2019.

Both sides took turns questioning former Montgomery County Coroner Russell Uptegrove regarding the autopsies and causes of death of Timmy Thompson, 51; Karen Thompson, 50; and their 10-year-old daughter, Tessa Thompson. Uptegrove reiterated that they were killed by the blunt-force trauma suffered in the crash.

Det. Sgt. John Howard with the Moraine Police Department was also called to the stand to testify about the crash reconstruction he performed in 2019. Howard testified that the reconstruction indicated the crash was head-on.

As part of his testimony, Howard related how the Event Data Recorders in the two vehicles — akin to the “black boxes” in airplanes — had been crushed and destroyed. Data from the recorders had to be downloaded to be salvaged.

According to Howard’s testimony, the Engine Throttle Percentage of Michaels’ Kia went from zero (no gas at all) to 100 (gas pedal floored) for a second as she turned onto I-75. The throttle returned to zero for the last second before impact.

The prosecution rested its case shortly before noon after only about three hours of testimony

Michaels has pleaded not guilty to six counts of murder and three counts of aggravated vehicular homicide in the deaths.

The trial resumes 1:30 p.m. Wednesday with the defense.