Larrain Osborne Obituary, Death – State police in Zanesville are investigating a two-car crash that happened early in the morning and left three people in serious condition. Tanner Treadway, 21, of New Lexington was driving a 1998 Ford Ranger westbound on US 22 close to milepost 3 (Newton Township) when he swerved left of center and struck an eastbound vehicle, according to Patrol Sgt. Jeff Jirles.
The second vehicle, a 2015 Honda Civic driven by 29-year-old Jayden Curtis of Zanesville, was almost struck head-on and sustained severe damage. Both Treadway and Curtis were sent to Genesis Hospital with critical injuries. The driver of Curtis’ automobile, Larrain Osborn, 21, of Philo, was also seriously wounded and brought to Genesis as a result of the crash.
The three individuals were all seriously hurt and were later brought to Grant Hospital in Columbus. The collision is the subject of ongoing investigations. Larrain won the hearts of many with her vivacious energy and kind disposition. She was a valued presence in the lives of those who were lucky enough to have met her because of her ability to transmit love and warmth.
Despite the short amount of time she spent with her loved ones, everyone who held her in high regard will always remember her for her compassion and love. Larrain had the amazing ability to make everyone around her happier and more content with every moment. Everyone who came into contact with her was comforted and happy by her contagious enthusiasm and optimism.
Let’s unite to keep Larrain’s family in our thoughts and prayers in the aftermath of this devastating loss. Their sorrow is unfathomable, and in this trying time, our love and support can provide them a little comfort. May the love and fond memories they have of Larrain, a beautiful spirit who brought so much joy to others’ lives, give them courage and solace.