TIPP CITY, Ohio (WDTN) - The Ohio Department of Transportation is breaking down what the stretch of Interstate 75 looks like to drivers traveling through the area of the fatal truck crash Wednesday night.
An ODOT spokesperson says the construction zone that slowed traffic is actually two miles south from the crash site.
Crews spent the day Thursday fixing the pavement damaged in the crash.
We asked ODOT if there was enough warning time for drivers to slow down. ODOT says yes.
"We do follow all of the guidelines whether that's cones, barrels, signs, different projects, different areas may have things that they put out," said Mandi Dillon, ODOT Spokesperson.
Dillon says an electronic message board is also used to warn drivers of upcoming construction.
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