Woman fighting for life after being struck by suspected drunk driver

Victim had just exited her car in front of library when accident took place.
Aaron Krause
Aug 8, 2014


A Bellevue woman was listed in critical condition in intensive care at a Toledo Hospital following a crash early Thursday evening on U.S. 20 near Lyme Street.

Pamela Beckham, of Bellevue, was flown by a medical helicopter to Mercy St. Vincent Medical Center following a crash early Thursday evening.

Marilyn Perry, 62, of Lindsey, was traveling east on East Main Street and reportedly struck Beckham as the woman exited her vehicle parked in front of the Bellevue Public Library.

Beckham was flown by a LifeFlight helicopter to Mercy St. Vincent Medical Center.

Perry was arrested and charged with operating a vehicle under the influence, driving in marked lanes and failure to control. She was taken to the Huron County Jail. Further charges against Perry are pending results of a blood test. Perry posted a $200 bond Thursday night, having posted 10 percent of a $2,000 bond.


Bubba's Buddy

Prayers to Pam B. & Family. I hope it turns out OK.


Looks like she was run over more than once! Oh, thats the driver, my bad.


It's too bad the drunk didn't kill herself. There is no excuse for this type of behavior if you drink I don't care if it's one beer don't get in a vehicle and risk killing someone else. Think about it, is that beer worth your life or someone else's?


...technology will soon transport our drunken butts home us in driverless smart vehicles ...only snag, if the car drifts slightly left of center and is found to be powered by ethanol additives ???


She'll probably be appearing in Judge Conway's courtroom. If this is the case, don't expect any justice to be served. I pray that the victim makes a complete recovery.