Bellevue, Norwalk and Monroeville men were killed while working on Ohio Turnpike.
A sign in honor of Trooper Robert Perez Jr., of the Milan post, will be at milepost 121 on the Ohio Turnpike in Erie County.
Norwalk and Huron County are the heartbeat of road construction crews in Ohio and all us probably know somebody who works on a road crew.
Carl Kermit Starkey was a U.S. Navy veteran who worked for the turnpike for 12 years and was a Norwalk Reflector pressman for about eight years.
New teen drivers are three times as likely as adults to be involved in a deadly crash during the summer months.
While construction zones will be removed for Thanksgiving, motorists might see temporary zones between the end of November and mid-December.
Turnpike remains open to most traffic; only certain types of vehicles are restricted.
One of big projects involves toll plaza at I-77 in Summit County.
The vehicle was suspected to be driving more than 90 miles per hour between the toll gate and the location of the crash.
All lanes reopened in Erie County zone that was scene of fatal crash.
An accident involving a tractor-trailer sent a man to the hospital early Saturday morning.