HUBER HEIGHTS, Ohio (WDTN) - Traffic is moving again after a fiery crash closed westbound Interstate 70 for a short time April 2.
A tractor-trailer crashed into an abandoned car along the side of the road near the the SR 201 interchange around 11:30 a.m., according to investigators at the scene.
Both vehicles caught fire from the impact.
No one was reported injured in the accident.
The westbound lanes were closed for about 30 minutes.
The Ohio Department of Transportation's latest traffic flow reports shows on average about 55,000 vehicles use that stretch of I-70 daily.
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